What is the Verifiability Criterion of Meaning? What does it imply as to which beliefs are “cognitively meaningful”?. Philosophy

The Verifiability Criterion of Meaning is the notion that in order for something to be cog­nitively meaningful, it has to be either definitely be proven false or true. In order for something to be cognitively meaningful it has to be verifiable through experience and then concluded as true through the senses.

VCM is not verifiable or analytically true

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