ABSTRACT. Russell writes that genuine proper names would refer to something without ascribing any properties to it. Whatever the standards of coherence may be, it seems likely that alternative sets of propositions will meet them. The type of expression that comes closest to performing the function of the referential use of definite descriptions turns out to be a proper name.



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