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This is a collection of articles that have appeared in the pages of The Loglan Institute's newsletter, Lognet.

On Community

Toward A Loglan Speech Community
by James Cooke Brown
Lognet 93/3

Dreaming in Loglan or
Toward a Loglan Based Software Development Corporation as a Means of Developing a Loglan Speech Community
by Alan Gaynor
Lognet 93/4

New Thoughts on a Loglan Speech Community: Part 1
by James Cooke Brown
Lognet 96/2

New Thoughts on a Loglan Speech Community: Part 2
By James Cooke Brown
Lognet 97/2

On Policy

Shoot the Engineer and Start Shipping Boxes
by Bill Gober
Lognet 91/1

Don't Shoot the Engineer
by Mark W. Zacharias
Lognet 91/2

On Whorfian Issues

Why Is Loglan So Difficult to Use, and Does the Reason Auger Well or Ill for the Whorf Hypothesis?
by James Cooke Brown
Lognet 94/1

The Difficulties of a Logical Language
by Glen Haydon
Lognet 94/3

On Mentalese
by Alan T. Gaynor
Lognet 95/1

A “Human Factors” Approach to Language and Cognition
by Kevin Miller
Lognet 97/2

Can Loglan Help Us Think?
by James Jennings
Lognet 97/2

On Morphology

A Critique of Loglan Morphology: Part 1 (missing)
by Rex F. May
Lognet 90/2

In Defense of Loglan Morphology: Part 1 (missing)
by James Cooke Brown
Lognet 90/2

A Critique of Loglan Morphology with Suggestions for a New International Language
by Rex F. May
Lognet 90/3

In Defense of Loglan Morphology: Part 2 — Critique of "Rexlan"
by James Cooke Brown
Lognet 90/3

On Case Tags

Assigning Case Tags
by James Jennings
Lognet 91/4

Progress Report on the Case-Tag Project (has formatting issues)
by Kirk Sattley
Lognet 93/2

Miscellaneous

The Second Amendment
by Wesley R. Parsons
Lognet 90/3

We Need to Dethrone Pauses
by Bill Gober
Lognet 91/3

A Possible Solution to the Mixed Names Problem
by Bill Gober
Lognet 91/3

Ordinary Propositions That Can Neither Be Accepted Nor Rejected
by Jerome Frazee
Lognet 96/1

On Logicality
by James Cooke Brown
Lognet 97/2

Is Mia a Kind of Fio?
by James Jennings
Lognet 97/2

A Proposal for an Alternative Subjunctive
by James Jennings & Emerson Mitchell
Lognet 98/1