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Aug. 19th, 2013 @ 12:05 am < no subject found >
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Hmm. It seems like most of the more prominent modern auxlangers (people who tried to create auxiliary/replacement languages) were pretty out there. They tend to be extreme idealists who think that their languages are great solutions to a problem facing humanity.

Then, they tend to exert considerable control over them to the point of hostility, inevitably resulting in a hostile split or splintering of the language community.