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According to contemporary Millianism the semantic content of an ordinary proper name is simply its referent. In his recent book Beyond rigidity Scott Soames elaborated a new version of millianism. He claimed that some linguistically complex names such as Professor Saul Kripke or Princeton University have partially descriptive semantic content. In addition to their unique referents, these names are always associated with a special kind of description. I argue in this paper that Soames's theory of partially descriptive names fails, because descriptive contents can be found only in the background knowledge of competent speakers.

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J. ( 1956 ), Probabilistic Logics . Auromafa Studies, Princeton University Press.

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), Conflicts Between Fundamental Rights (Intersentia 2008 ) 69 – 100 . Robertson , D. , The Judge as Political Theorist: Contemporary Constitutional Review (Princeton

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. F. (1998) A szélsőségek kora. Budapest, Pannonica Kiadó. 8 Inglehart, R. (1977) The Silent Revolution. Princeton, University Press. 9

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. Bookstaber , R. ( 2017 ): The End of Theory: Financial Crises, the Failure of Economics, and the Sweep of Human Interaction Hardcover . Princeton University Press . Boulding

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-law world’ Yale Journal of International Law ( 2000 ) 2 435 – 532 . Whitman , James Q. , The Legacy of Roman Law in the German Romantic Era ( Princeton University Press 1990

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. Akerlof , G. A. – Shiller , R. ( 2009 ): Animal Spirits . Princeton University Press . Anderson , J. R. ( 2007 ): How can the Human Mind Occur in the Physical

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. Akerlof , G. A. – Shiller , R. J. ( 2010 ): Animal Spirits: How Human Psychology Drives the Economy, and Why It Matters for Global Capitalism . Princeton : Princeton University Press

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Konopasky, Abigail 2002. A syntacto-morphological analysis of dependent heads in Slavic. Doctoral dissertation, Princeton University. A syntacto-morphological analysis of dependent heads in Slavic

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. Polya, George 1948. How to solve it. Princeton University Press, Princeton NJ. How to solve it Polya, George 1954. Patterns of plausible

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