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27 Developing a larger philosophy from Marcus’s important thought that names are just tags while descriptions are not, pressing further Marcus’s sensitivity to the possibility that different contexts might impose different constraints on substitution, and building on his own earlier work on the semantics of modal logic, Kripke challenged the assumptions on which anti‐realism about modality depends, and made the idea of metaphysics respectable again. He insisted on a crucial difference between the notions of the a priori and the necessary.
A Companion to the Philosophy of Language by Bob Hale, Crispin Wright