Thoughts on Lisp, part 2

After using Common Lisp, Scheme and Clojure for a year now for varying purposes, and after year of leisurely studying it besides my actual university studies, I have a lot more tactile feel towards the subject matter than I had on my previous essay on the subject

. Most importantly, I have retained my perspective of pure expressive power seeking through it all. It is most important, because it was the primary purpose for learning Lisp languagess in the first place. It is still the guiding light. I have meanwhile also dabbled in one and a half programming languages more in a very practical manner, JavaScript and its derivative TypeScript, which have granted me some further persepctive.