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Logo of Eucosmy.
|Latin script, Euphyte script|
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- To found a universal literary (especially philosophico-scientific) community to which all human beings, whichever whose native language is, have an equally easiest access.
- To lay the indispensable foundation for a thorough world literature & world philosophy.
- To emancipate the human mind from the irremediable hamperings of the traditional languages: mal-terminology (such as “socialism”), ambiguity (such as “monopoly” in economics), babelism (such as “left”/”right” in politics), sex-partiality & gender-exclusivity (such as “man”, “Mrs.”, “her”, “wife”) etc.
- To enrich the human spirit by assimilating all the positive elements of all the ethnic languages into a common pool.
- To contribute to the cause of world liberty: free trade, free migration and even anarchical peace.
|Fricative||f||v||θ, s||ð, z||ɕ||ʑ||ʃ||ʒ||x||ɣ||h|
- In open-mid vowels, short variants are more realized as retracted and long variants are more realized as more advanced.
Eucosmy's syllable structure is C(V₁)V(S̥,N,l,r,V₁), V₁ being a high vowel other than /ɨ/.
in CV syllables, ⟨‘⟩ or ⟨_⟩ may be omitted.
For the sake of formatting, the rest of this article and other Linguifex pages will use a slightly different orthography: ⟨~, 1, 2, 3⟩ for /ɨ, ˥, ˩˥, ˥˩/.
Nouns are marked by high tone, except see below.
Definiteness is marked with articles ‘~ (indefinite) and h~ (definite). See also Pronouns.
Pronouns are as follows.
|this thing (by speaker)||iä1||1st person||ia1|
|that thing (by listener)||üä1||2nd person||üa1|
|that thing (by neither)||uä1||3rd person||ua1|
Low tone can be applied to demonstrative and personal pronouns in place of high tone to form demonstrative adjectives and possessive pronouns respectively. This can also be done to articles to form relative pronouns.
Adjectives are marked by rising tone.
When preceding their noun they are attributive, and when following they are predicative.
Adjectives may also function as verbs.
Adjectives are marked by falling tone.
Voice is marked with particles s~ (active), s’~ (relative), z~ (passive).
Numerals are marked as ordinal by rising tone and cardinal by falling tone. They are as follows (excluding tone marking).
Verb order in Eucosmy is free; in active clauses the agent must precede the patient, and in passive clauses the agent must follow the patient.
Adjective may either precede or follow their noun, but with different respective meanings. See Adjectives.