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|Abstract||• Beaver and Condoravdi (2007): NO “In Davidsonian Event Semantics the analysis of quantiﬁcation is problematic: either quantiﬁers are treated externally to the event system and quantiﬁed in (cf. Landman, 2000), or else the deﬁnitions of the quantiﬁers must be greatly (and non-uniformly) complicated (cf. Krifka, 1989)”.|
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