Logilinguistic is a term used to denote how one’s linguistic disposition inevitably leads to the byproduct of a certain logical programming schema. The bearer of a given language, or symbol set, inherits not merely the vocabulary and grammar but also a logic. The problem with this is that one becomes confined to the linguistic and logical system—both of which are merely representational simulations of the world, not the world itself.
For example, it’s been famously noted that it is easier to discuss Einstein’s relativity in the Native American language of Hopi than in English or German, because of the kind of perceptual logic within that language. Furthermore, the invocation of the word “negro” was used specifically do denote notions of sub-humanness and property. “Negro” thus was used specifically to psychically differentiate a free, civilized, worthwhile human being from a utilitarian apparatus that just so happened to be a human being—one without merited personhood.
All language inevitably results in a corresponding logic. Thus, as we begin to apply needed skepticism to language, with it comes a skepticism to the logic that that language generates.