Pears examines and evaluates the metaphysics of the Tractatus and scrutinizes the relevant differences between Russell's and Wittgenstein's versions of logical atomism. Pears criticizes Wittgenstein's logical atomism for its separatist nature, but argues that the decisive step towards holism is foreshadowed in the early work.
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