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- proper n. Any of several related artificial languages, designed to be logical, the first of which was developed by James Cooke Brown in the mid-20th century.
- proper n. The original language developed by James Cooke Brown, as maintained by The Loglan Institute.
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Originally called "Loglan" (short for "logical language") by project founder Dr. James Cooke Brown, who started the language development in 1955, it has been built over three decades by dozens of workers and hundreds of supporters, led since 1987 by The Logical Language Group.
Today's installment was a serious flashback for me: I was following the Loglan project before the Loglan-Lojban split read: legal court battle happened.
After becoming bored with Esperanto, Loglan and Lojban I studied Klingon, and actually taught the language for pay through the local community college system here yes, your tax dollars at work.
Feuds divided and diminished Loglan, Lojban's forebear, which also aimed to eliminate ambiguity and illogicality.
Required for checklist abc = Loglan cat_check = yes status = 3
General article properties pagename = Loglan variant = BE
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