|Quantifiers: in the predicate logic, quantifiers are the symbol combinations (Ex) and (x) for the set of objects to which one or more properties are attributed to. A) Existence quantification (Ex)(Fx) ("At least one x"). B) Universal quantification (x)(Fx) ("Everything is F"). For other objects e.g. y, z,… are chosen. E.g. (x) (Ey) (Fx > Gy). See also quantification, generalized quantifiers.|
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Quantifier/Linguistics/Lewis: quantifier phrase: E.g. "some pigs grunt" - a quantifier is not a name - therefore: if a quantifier phrase QP goes together with an S/N, it must be, therefore, an S/(S/N). - S/N: Verbal phrase, takes a name N to form a sentence S - quantifier phrases are always replaceable by a name.
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Plural quantifier/Lewis/Black: e.g. "some" is problematic in everyday language - plural quantifier: replaces singular constructions - "are few" is then a property. - plural quantifier can simulate quantification: by quantification in the plural, about couples.
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