- a review article covering generalised quantifiers from a philosophical perspective by Michael Glanzberg
- the slides for a talk Angelika Kratzer gave this summer arguing for hidden situation variables where Stanley and Szabo want hidden variables - and elsewhere besides
- Bart Geurts arguing that:
Conditional sentences with quantifying expressions are systematically ambiguous. In one reading, the if -clause restricts the domain of the overt quantifier; in the other, the if -clause restricts the domain of a covert quantifier, which defaults to epistemic necessity.
- and Geurts again on why unary quantification is fine for most, often etc. if you use Belnap-style conditional assertion.
Monday, July 26, 2004
There's been a fantastic run of draft papers on quantification and (formal) semantics available via semantics etc.: