Intensional logic, as understood here, is based on the broad
presupposition that so-called "intensional contexts" in natural
language can be explained semantically by the idea of multiple
reference. The text reviews tense, modality, and conditionals, then
presents developments in intensional theory, including partiality
and generalized quantifiers.

Johan van Benthem is professor of
mathematical logic at the University of Amsterdam.

- Introduction
## I Traditional Theories

- 1 Tense and Time
- 2 Modality
- 3 Conditionals
- 4 Combinations
## Part II Recent Developments 1: Partiality

- 5 Intervals and Events
- 6 Possibility and Information
- 7 The Logic of Partiality
## Part III Recent Developments 2: Generalized Quantities

- 8 Tense and Modality
- 9 Conditionals

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