Vienna Circle
The logical positivists who continued Russell and Frege's search for truth in science and mathematics.

They believed that the only statements that can be deemed meaningful are those that are empirically verifiable.

Notes
1. Sadly, it transpired that their core belief — "only statements that are empirically verifiable are meaningful" — is itself not empirically verifiable.
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