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The name loglan refers to an artificially created language which James Cook Brown originally developed in 1955 but has since received numerous contributions from other people. The language falls into the classification of a logical language and its form has similarities to predicate logic. It was originally developed to test the Sapir-Whorf hypothesis but its unambiguous construction means that it has applications in the area of Artificial Intelligence and as a planet around second or auxiliary language.[1]


  1. Brown., James Cook (1989). Loglan 1 : A logical Language. Syracuse University Press.