Descriptivism, scope, and apparently empty names

Philosophical Studies 156 (2):283-288 (2011)
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Andrew Cullison
State University Of New York At Fredonia
Ben Caplan
Ohio State University
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Keywords Names  Empty names  Descriptions  Descriptivism  Modal argument  Widescopism  Scope
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DOI 10.1007/s11098-010-9589-x
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