Logical Positivism and Carnap’s Confirmability on the Meaningfulness of Religious Language

Autor:

Alberto Oya

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Espíritu: ISSN 0014-0716, Año 67, Nº. 155, 2018, págs. 243-250

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English

Introducción:

The characteristic claim of the group of thinkers who referred to themselves as “The Vienna Circle” and who formed the philosophical movement now known as “Logical Positivism” was their acceptance of the so-called verifiability principle. Put briefly, the verifiability principle is an empiricist criterion of meaning which says that only those statements that are verifiable by (i.e., logically deducible from) observational statements are cognitively meaningful. Statements that do not satisfy the verifiability principle were taken to be cognitively meaningless, statements that failed to describe any state of affairs.

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