International Auxiliary Language

  • TN

Address

516 East Main Street
Murfreesboro
TN
37130
United States

About Us

This group is for all those interested in promoting both cultural rights and international understanding through the eventual adoption of a universal or international auxiliary language. The group is not beholden to any of the many potential candidates for such a language, whether it be English, Esperanto, Mandarin, Spanish, Ido, Volapük, Hopi, or any other possibility - nor does it necessarily endorse a particular script/writing system. This is not, therefore, a venue for hashing out the pros and cons of any particular grammatical feature, or pushing any particular language proposal (be it a constructed or a natural language). Instead, it is a platform for discussing, in a spirit of open, respectful, and unbiased exchange, the principle and the implications of an international auxiliary language - i.e. such questions as the risks and rewards of such a language, the process of promoting its eventual adoption, the creation of organizations in support of its advancement, etc.


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