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Domain restriction can and should be explained in presuppositional terms. In earlier work we have presented a theory of presupposition which contains the essential ingredients for an explanatory account of domain restriction. Given certain auxiliary assumptions concerning the representation of quantifiers and the interaction between focusing and presupposition, the theory of presupposition predicts that quantifier domains are restricted in at least three ways: through binding, through (intermediate) accommodation, and through focusing.
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