As the introduction discussed, naming and friendship are modes of singularity. In this light, it becomes conceivable that for a particular philosophical position, there will be a correlation between the conceptions of naming and friendship. This chapter will move the argument forward by explicating the philosophical conceptions of naming, as singular reference, and friendship, as conceived on an analytic, Aristotelian basis. This is significant for this work, because Aristotle’s work on both topics serves as the basis for Thomas Aquinas’ theological reflections and undergirds the philosophical tradition which Derridean deconstruction interrogates.