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Quantifiers in Language and Logic 1st Edition

ISBN-13: 978-0199291250
ISBN-10: 019929125X
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"This is a high-quality, informative, and authoritative study, offering a clear overview of the denotational semantics of natural language quantifiers, some new results, and a first frontal assault on analyzing the expressive power of natural languages. A substantial, interesting, challenging work."--Edward Keenan, UCLA

"This book gives a comprehensive account of quantifiers in both natural and formal languages, drawing on both linguistics and model theory. It creates a number of paradigms, because nothing so general has been attempted before. Much of the material is new or has never appeared in book form, but the authors have taken enormous care to pitch their exposition at a level that non-specialists can follow."--Wilfrid Hodges, Queen Mary University of London

About the Author

Stanley Peters is at Stanford University. Dag Westerstahl is at University of Goteborg.
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