Loglan language resources – Language Links Database
Loglan – is a constructed language originally designed for linguistic research, particularly for investigating the Sapir–Whorf Hypothesis. The language was developed beginning in 1955 by Dr James Cooke Brown with the goal of making a language so different from natural languages that people learning it would think in a different way if the hypothesis were true. In 1960 Scientific American published an article introducing the language. Loglan is the first among, and the main inspiration for, the languages known as logical languages, which also includes Lojban and Ceqli.
More information: Wikipedia
Loglan Grammar and Pronunciation
- Loglan.org - Introduction to the language, dictionaries, grammar, texts, etc
- WikiBooks - Introduction to the language
Digitized Grammar Books
- Archive.org - A Logical Language by James Cooke Brown (1999)