Alex Villestein functional programming is a good example of a restrictive environment in which a monist interoperability is possible but they only work under those conditions. the rules functional programming follows are not restricted in the same way as they are from a realm outside of the functional programming; and even if it is bootstrapped within itself then one has to step outside to the hardware it works on to see if it holds to the electrical supply to see if it holds, etc. the illusion needs a restrictive space within which to function

Alex Villestein functional programming is a good example of a restrictive environment in which a monist interoperability is possible but they only work under those conditions.

the rules functional programming follows are not restricted in the same way as they are from a realm outside of the functional programming; and even if it is bootstrapped within itself then one has to step outside to the hardware it works on to see if it holds to the electrical supply to see if it holds, etc. the illusion needs a restrictive space within which to function

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