|Abstract||Critics and champions alike have fussed and fretted for well over fifty years about whether Russell’s treatment is compatible with certain alleged acceptable uses of incomplete definite descriptions, where a description (the F( is incomplete just in case more than one object satisfies its nominal F, as in (1).|
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