Examines the main methodological and stylistic differences between Wittgenstein's earlier and later philosophies, and introduces the reader to the idiosyncratic philosophical method of the later work. Pears emphasizes the anti‐theoretical, anti‐explanatory attitude of Wittgenstein's later way of thinking and the different type of conclusion that is sought.
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