Referentially used definite descriptions can be conditionalized

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CSIPAK, Eva, 2017. Referentially used definite descriptions can be conditionalized. 21st Amsterdam Colloquium. Amsterdam, Dec 20, 2017 - Dec 22, 2017. In: CREMERS, Alexandre, ed. and others. Proceedings of the 21st Amsterdam Colloquium, pp. 205-214

@inproceedings{Csipak2017Refer-44110, title={Referentially used definite descriptions can be conditionalized}, url={http://semanticsarchive.net/Archive/jZiM2FhZ/AC2017-Proceedings.pdf}, year={2017}, booktitle={Proceedings of the 21st Amsterdam Colloquium}, pages={205--214}, editor={Cremers, Alexandre}, author={Csipak, Eva} }

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