> AFAIK, while Lojban is not originally intended as an > auxlang, the suggestion that it be used as one finds > support from a sizeable part of the Lojban community. > > (I don't think it is a good idea, though. Learning > Lojban requires understanding formal logic, which is > way too "mathematical" for most people. You cannot > treat millions of tourists and businesspeople to > learn formal logic just to learn a *language*. > But enough of that here; this is not AUXLANG.) I can see one benefit of using a language grounded in formal logic, and that would be the writing of formal agreements (and perhaps laws). But Auxlanging isn't fun anyway. I am most likely some sort of mix between funlanger and artlanger, and as long as we have English as our Auxlang, I won't have to worry.