GUNJI Takao: Measurement and Quantification Revisited

by GUNJI Takao


This paper reformulates the semantics part of our previous paper Gunji and Hasida (1998), which is notoriously obscure and hard to understand. Even though our arguments for the proposed analysis of the so-called `floating quantifiers' in Japanese remain intact, the semantics is given in a relatively straightforward representation language called minimal recursion semantics (MRS) and thus another utility of the MRS representation will be shown.

 
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