the Fulfillment of the Logical Atomism paradigm

There is a substantial school of thought that can account for the reality behind my tripartite essentialist metaphysics - its called Logical Atomism.

Logical atomism is a philosophical belief that originated in the early 20th century with the development of analytic philosophy. Its principal exponents were the British philosopher Bertrand Russell, the early work of his Austrian-born pupil and colleague Ludwig Wittgenstein, and his German counterpart Rudolf Carnap. [wiki]
Logical Atomism is the philosophical theory of Bertrand Russell, the British philosopher (1872-1970), and the early Ludwig Wittgenstein, the Austrian-born British philosopher (1889-1951), which held that all meaningful expressions must be analysable into atomic elements which refer directly to atomic elements of the real world. [2]

Tripartite Essentialism fulfils the Logical Atomism paradigm and puts it squarely back on the Philosophy agenda for the 21st Century

The theory holds that the world consists of ultimate logical "facts" (or "atoms") that cannot be broken down any further. . Having originally propounded this stance in his Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus’ In tripartite essentialism they depict as a logical atom a three part transaction description of the form A to B through a common C – and modally, with the possible intercession of at least some context D. Where A, B, C, D are valid /integral or invalid/disintegrated at time 1 and 2
In any three part system ABC there are the eight logically real trigrams, 64 at time2 and twenty seven modal logic (including decided and undecided state) trigrams at time1 and 729 at time2.

2. Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003
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