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"Sabine Iatridou (2000) and Katrin Schulz (2014) defend accounts of the past tense in subjunctive conditionals according to which the past tense has a modal reading that excludes the world of utterance or some set of epistemically possible worlds. I argue here that these views give an unsatisfactory treatment of certain subjunctive conditionals that contain embedded indicative clauses pertaining to the actual world."
What language is this written in? It looks almost but not entirely unlike English.