<em>Logical Form: Between Logic and Natural Language</em>, by Andrea Iacona
Keywords:book review, Andrea Iacona, logical form
Book review of Andrea Iacona, Logical Form: Between Logic and Natural Language, Springer, 2018, 133 pages
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