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e-Book Loglan One: A Logical Language (The Loglan N Series) epub download

Author: James C. Brown
ISBN: 1877665002
Publisher: Loglan Inst (June 1, 1989)
Language: English
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e-Book Loglan One: A Logical Language (The Loglan N Series) epub download

by James C. Brown



Recommend this journal. The Journal of Symbolic Logic.

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Similar books and articles. Stephen F. Brown - 1993 - Hackett Publishing Company. William J. Gavin - 1976 - International Philosophical Quarterly 16 (1):81-86. Psychology and Psychotherapy.

Branched Lojban off from Loglan in 1987 Main Features of Lojban Usable by Humans and Computers Culturally Neutral Based on Logic Unambiguous but Flexible Phonetic Spelling Easy to Learn.

Branched Lojban off from Loglan in 1987. Main Features of Lojban Usable by Humans and Computers Culturally Neutral Based on Logic Unambiguous but Flexible Phonetic Spelling Easy to Learn Large Vocabulary No Exceptions Fosters Clear Thought Variety of Uses Demonstrated with Prose and Poetry. Lojban at a Glance Example sentence in English: Wild dogs bite.

by James Cooke Brown

by James Cooke Brown. THE LOGLAN INSTITUTE, INC. c/o Jennifer Brown 1701 . 75 St. Gainesville, FL 32641.

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Mr_TrOlOlO
I met Dr. Brown in San Diego. I found him through the Scientific American article about his logical language, Loglan. I first heard of the language by way of Robert Heinlein, in his excellent book The Moon is a Harsh Mistress. The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress
Loglan, while difficult to learn, does have a few interested people around the world. We meet online in Second Life.
Even if you don't learn the language itself, just reading about how a language should be put together to make sense, will help you make sense of your own language(s).
This seminal work contains all of the Loglan language structure and grammar to understand this great, ambitious work.
Then visit [...] to find others interested in language and thought and how they relate together.
Jeronashe
I found exactly what I was looking for in Loglan: a language constructed to be free from phonetic, syntactic, and some semantic ambiguity, as much as I believe any such language can be. My interests in knowledge representation, semantic networks, and interlingua for machine translation were completely satisfied by Loglan, and I firmly believe that it is the finest of all the constructed languages.