Algebraic Analysis of Solvable Lattice Models by M. Jimbo, T. Miwa

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In both cases, the verb is commonly followed by an infinitive or infinitive phrase, and this always indicates something to be done. In some cases, one chooses or decides to X rather than to Y or to Z; in other cases, when this notion of choosing or deciding between alternatives "loses its prominence," one merely choosen or decides to X. '" 13 Of the examples I have given, the following are those which may be considered of particular interest: (3) He chooses to forego the pleasure, rather than to endure the pain.

27) His choice was coffee. (28) He took coffee rather than tea. But Evans does not consider that, given the way he has stated Anthony's alternatives, (26) and (27) are in fact elliptical for "He chose to take coffee" and "His choice was to take coffee" respectively. But it is clear that neither of these can be regarded as equivalent to (28), since Anthony may well choose to take the coffee offered him and yet fail to do so for anyone of a number of obvious reasons-his host, for example, was only joking.

21) I don't choose any. 1lI "Choice," 308 . " CHOOSING, DECIDING, AND DOING 29 (22) I choose to stay. (23) I choose not to run in the November election. Consider (20) first, for it is peculiar in a way that the remammg sentences, including (23), are not. " Under the first interpretation, the speaker denies that he has made any choice at all; under the second interpretation, he claims that he has made a choice, and that it is to forbear speaking to a certain person in public. " Suppose that we now rewrite (20) in the simple past tense.

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