Ontology via semantics? Introduction to the special issue on the semantics of cardinals

Linguistics and Philosophy 40 (4):321-329 (2017)

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As introduction to the special issue on the semantics of cardinals, we offer some background on the relevant literature, and an overview of the contributions to this volume. Most of these papers were presented in earlier form at an interdisciplinary workshop on the topic at The Ohio State University, and the contributions to this issue reflect that interdisciplinary character: the authors represent both fields in the title of this journal.
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