How Often Do We Use a Definite Description to Talk About its Semantic Referent?
Kriterion: Journal of Philosophy 22 (1):7-12 (2009)
In this paper I respond to the objections put forth by Kresimir Agbaba 22: 1-6) against my earlier paper 20: 7-13) in which I argue that given Donnellan's formulation|as well as Kripke's and Salmon's gen- eralized accounts|an attributive use of a denite description is a very rare linguistic phenomenon
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