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From the Publisher'...C's book is an important document for students of natural language quantification, and of the relation of the syntax and semantics of natural language more generally. It leads us to consider an important foundational issue, namely, whether scope and binding are properties of syntactic or semantic descriptions. Cooper's theory illustrates some of the consequences of one, but not the only, answer to this question. As such it is a significant and stimulating contribution to the literature on natural language semantics.'
Language, 62:4 (1986)