Pedro Mata y Fontanet  

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"La Comision de la lengua universal perteneciente á esa Sociedad , se componia de muchos y notables lingüistas , como los Bertran, Bonnemere, Cazeaux, Cherney , Chouet, Chouippe, Coulon, Rineau, Dehaux, Duvivier, Erdan, Gagne, Gitouville, Grosselin, Henriçy, Labarthe, Latouche, Lemaire, Letellier, Mesnard, Morion, Rodet, Silbermann y el príncipe Laya-Wittgenstein."--Curso de lengua universal (1862) by Pedro Mata y Fontanet

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Pedro Mata y Fontanet (1811-1877) was a Spanish medical doctor referenced by the author Jorge Luis Borges in his work "The Analytical Language of John Wilkins".

His book Curso de lengua universal (1862), dedicated to the universal language created by Bonifacio Sotos Ochando, is referenced in "The Analytical Language of John Wilkins" (1942) by Jorge Luis Borges.



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