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Introduction: how to read

   
 

To be honest, I' am not sure what to think about James Cooke Brown's Scientific American publication "loglan".
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Reading, as a "kind and good willing" person I' am delighted. The publication is a treasure trove of surprising and inspiring ideas. Sketched are the outlines of a elegant, logical and liberating way of communication that pushes outward the borders of the limits of our thinking.
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Reading, as a critical thinking person, I' am somewhat irritated. The publication is poorly structured, the choice of words seems concisely engineered to impress the general reader. The world view of author is locked into the linear world of language (the world of Leibniz, science and mathematics appears to be closed to mr Brown).
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  Probably it is best to read with kindness, being to critical could blind us, we can find much of value here.
   

 
read: Loglan, by James Cooke Brown