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Informational Independence in Intensional Context
In his paper ‘Quantifiers vs. Quantification Theory’, Hintikka argues for the existence of partially ordered quantification in English.
KeywordsQuantification Theory Modal Operator Modal Logic Formal Language Derivation Tree
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