According to Quine, speakers ' behavioral dispositions constrain what can be plausibly said about how to best regiment their language.
Quine famously claimed that the use of higher-order quantifiers commits to sets, irrespective of the intended subject matter of the theory.
quotient structures (Quine, 1963 ).
There are always the quotient structures (Quine, 1963).
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