Re: REQUEST: Engelang?
|From:||Damian Yerrick <tepples@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, June 5, 2005, 2:35|
"David J. Peterson" <dedalvs@...> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Can someone please give me an example of an engelang that
> isn't an auxlang or a loglang? This seems like it should be a no-
> brainer, but every language I think of is either an auxlang, a
> loglang, or is an artlang (in the sense that it has a conculture to
> go with it). I tend to think of an engelang as a language with
> specific design principles intended to achieve specific goals,
> with no regard for art, culture, or even speakability. There
> must be tons, but I'm drawing a huge blank. Can you help?
Toki Pona is engineered for fewer morphemes and only the most
common phonemes, but it doesn't try to represent symbolic logic,
nor does its designer Sonja Kisa promote it as an auxlang.