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Are constructed languages useful and do we need more of them?
There are enough languages in the world and many of them are even dying or vanishing. There is no need for any more languages.
It makes no sense to abandon a century or millennia old language spoken by large amounts of people and used in large amount of books, in favor of a new language spoken by a minority.
An already established and popular language that everybody studies or learns is a better tool to bridge communication than a new constructed language.
Changes in languages (creation or extinction) are inevitable and happen naturally, so it's possible that the languages that we know today might be completely different in 50 years.
Many of the currently existing languages remain purely for cultural and traditional reasons. A constructed language would be used primarily for the purpose of providing a new way to communicate between people on a more global scale.