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  1. In the theory of descriptions, Russell proved that descriptive expressions (descriptions) differ in their logical-semiotic function from names and are devoid of their own subject meaning ( i.e., we are talking about sign systems) In his theory, Russell justified and proposed “just a new analytical method that makes it possible” to logically introduce constructions based on known objects instead of the so-called names of unknown objects. To put it even more precisely, the field of non-existent entities, such as a round square or a milk river, is explained through the theory of descriptions, that is, it is the designation of pseudo-meaningful expressions (they don't really mean anything) It also helps to simplify the comprehension of non-existent objects. To put it even more correctly, “theory simply provides a convenient logical apparatus” for translating into a clearer form statements that do not have a refined content.

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