la lojban. po'u le logji bangu
Lojban - the Logical Language
Lojban is a constructed language. It was originally called Loglan by project founder Dr. James
Cooke Brown, who started the language development in 1955. Loglan/Lojban has been built over four decades
by dozens of workers and hundreds of supporters, led since 1987 by The
Logical Language Group.
The following are the main features of Lojban:
- Lojban is designed to be used by people in communication with each other, and possibly in the future with computers.
- Lojban is designed to be culturally neutral.
- Lojban grammar is based on the principles of logic.
- Lojban has an unambiguous grammar.
- Lojban has phonetic spelling, and unambiguous
resolution of sounds into words.
- Lojban is simple compared to natural languages;
it is easy to learn.
- Lojban's 1300 root words can be easily combined
to form a vocabulary of millions of words.
- Lojban is regular; the rules of the language are without exception.
- Lojban attempts to remove restrictions on
creative and clear thought and communication.
- Lojban has a variety of uses, ranging from
the creative to the scientific, from the theoretical to the practical.
For more information on what Lojban is, and why people are learning it, see the Lojban
Introductory Brochure and the Lojban FAQ.
For information on how to learn Lojban, see Learning
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