Conlang Directory: Logical
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- Pronounced "Cheng-li" -- a logical language offshoot of Loglan; attempts to combine the logical structure of Loglan with more familiar borrowed vocabulary. There are several versions now, not all of which are Loglan derivatives.
- Logical language spoken by an alternate-history utopian subculture. Lots of detail and philosophy.
- A descendent of Lojban and Loglan which uses Chinese-like tones to mark grammatical structure. There is a dictionary and other informational files in Jim Carter's -gua!spi directory. By using tones instead of structure words, and cutting predicates from two to one syllable, Carter has fixed a minor flaw in -gua!spi's predecessors -- they take a lot of syllables to say things.
- A cross between a philosophical and a logical language with its own script. The website presents a highly detailed, comprehensive grammar of the language.
- Invented by James Cooke Brown. An attempt to fuse the rigor of formal logic with the expressiveness and flexibility of natural language. It's syntactically unambiguous and machine parseable.
[James Cooke Brown]
- A descendent of Loglan. There was a schism relating to arguments about ownership and copyright.
- According to the author: "Minyeva is a systematic constructed language designed to
reflect the underlying semantics of sentences with more regularity than
[Garrett Jones aka Alkaline]
- Plan B
- A rigorous mathematical look at how to create words and morphology that are simple, efficient, and self-isolating.
[Jeff Prothero][archivist: Rick Harrison]
- Another offshoot of Loglan, this predicate-based language borrows its roots from European languages, and uses prepositions to make it clearer how the noun phrases relate to the predicate.
[Bruce Gilson et. al.]