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## Re: "Misunderstanding of the lambda calculus"

**From**: |
Richard M. Stallman |

**Subject**: |
Re: "Misunderstanding of the lambda calculus" |

**Date**: |
Tue, 31 Jan 2006 13:03:31 -0500 |

As you can see, practically all meanings involve surviving into the
present time. So I stand by my point that "archaic" and "dead" are
not synonymous.
Archaic does not imply "dead", but it does imply "not very much
alive". Anyway, the relevant point is "archaic" is a smear term.

**"Misunderstanding of the lambda calculus"**, *Chong Yidong*, `2006/01/29`
**Re: "Misunderstanding of the lambda calculus"**, *Jonathan Yavner*, `2006/01/29`
**Re: "Misunderstanding of the lambda calculus"**, *David Kastrup*, `2006/01/29`
**Re: "Misunderstanding of the lambda calculus"**, *Richard M. Stallman*, `2006/01/30`
**Re: "Misunderstanding of the lambda calculus"**, *David Kastrup*, `2006/01/30`
**Re: "Misunderstanding of the lambda calculus"**,
*Richard M. Stallman* **<=**
**Re: "Misunderstanding of the lambda calculus"**, *Kevin Rodgers*, `2006/01/31`
**Re: "Misunderstanding of the lambda calculus"**, *Stefan Monnier*, `2006/01/31`
**Re: "Misunderstanding of the lambda calculus"**, *David Kastrup*, `2006/01/31`