In chapter 1, §1, I outlined 11 roles that propositions have classically been posited to play. The MRTJ eliminates propositions from our ontology. This means that propositions can no longer play any of those roles. However, to the extent that the MRTJ is supposed to be a no-proposition theory of propositions, it owes us an explanation of the 11 explananda that the posit of propositions was once supposed to explain – or, at the very least, we’re owed an account as to why a theory of propositions doesn’t really have to explain a given explanandum.