16415 | Esoteric metaphysics aims to be top science, investigating ultimate reality |

16413 | Science has discovered properties of things, so there are properties - so who needs metaphysics? |

17990 | Instances of minimal truth miss out propositions inexpressible in current English |

10001 | An adjective contributes semantically to a noun phrase |

16416 | The quantifier in logic is not like the ordinary English one (which has empty names, non-denoting terms etc) |

10007 | Quantifiers for domains and for inference come apart if there are no entities |

17988 | Quantification can't all be substitutional; some reference is obviously to objects |

10002 | '2 + 2 = 4' can be read as either singular or plural |

9998 | What is the relation of number words as singular-terms, adjectives/determiners, and symbols? |

10003 | Why is arithmetic hard to learn, but then becomes easy? |

10008 | Arithmetic is not about a domain of entities, as the quantifiers are purely inferential |

10005 | Arithmetic doesn’t simply depend on objects, since it is true of fictional objects |

10000 | We might eliminate adjectival numbers by analysing them into blocks of quantifiers |

10006 | First-order logic captures the inferential relations of numbers, but not the semantics |

17989 | Since properties have properties, there can be a typed or a type-free theory of them |

10004 | Our minds are at their best when reasoning about objects |

17991 | Holism says says language can't be translated; the expressibility hypothesis says everything can |