Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Nicholas, Professor Nick and Cowan, John W. (2003), What Is Lojban?, Logical Language Group Incorporated, Retrieved on 2013-06-19
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  • Folksonomies: logic language


    19 JUN 2013

     Lojban for Experimental Linquistics

    Lojban is a predicate language, with no distinct nouns, verbs, or adjectives. What are the linguistic (communicative) properties of such a system? The answer has been partially explored through symbolic logic. But do people, when thinking linguistically, mimic in any way the processes of formal logic? What effects would a formal-logic– based language have on those linguistic thinking processes? Is the resulting language susceptible to the same analysis as natural language, in terms of the v...
    Folksonomies: language artificial
    Folksonomies: language artificial
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    Natural languages lack the controls necessary for experimentation, but an artificial language works for testing Sapir–Whorf hypothesis.