Quantifiers and Quantification

[New Entry by Gabriel Uzquiano on September 3, 2014.] Quantifier expressions are marks of generality. They come in a variety of syntactic categories in English, but determiners like "all", "each",
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[New Entry by Gabriel Uzquiano on September 3, 2014.] Quantifier expressions are marks of generality. They come in a variety of syntactic categories in English, but determiners like "all", "each", "some", "many", "most", and "few" provide some of the most common examples of quantification.[1]...

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