Generalized Quantifiers: Logic and Language

Logic and Philosophy of Science 9 (No. 1):85-94 (2011)
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Abstract

The Generalized Quantifiers Theory, I will argue, in the second half of last Century has led to an important rapprochement, relevant both in logic and in linguistics, between logical quantification theories and the semantic analysis of quantification in natural languages. In this paper I concisely illustrate the formal aspects and the theoretical implications of this rapprochement.

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Duilio D'Alfonso
University of Palermo

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