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Loglan (loglang)
La Loglan
created in: 1955
by: James Cooke Browne
influenced by:none (first of its kind)

Loglan (Loglan for ‘logical language’) is the earliest recognized example of a logical language, created by James Cooke Brown in 1955. Its subsequent development and promotion was led by the Loglan Institute.