What do you mean by this?
Unix Philosophy is very similar to Functional Programming philosophy. They overlap in many ways e.g. small programs vs small functions, do one thing vs pure (no side-effect) functions etc. However sometimes overall productivity both short and long term as well as efficiency is better if we not primitively and blindingly follow the utopic idea (Unix-way or FP). Example: vim follows Unix-philosophy and VSCode (or WebStorm etc.) breaks it. The former while it is a cool concept, generally is inefficient because it has a very, very steep learning curve. Regarding FP: Haskell and friends are generally less efficient than JS because you have to become a f***ing (sorry, I lack vocabulary to express myself) mathematician to start gain something from it.
While I generally love the Unix (and FP) Philosophy, it should be taken with a grain of salt (i.e. applied to appropriate problems e.g. low-level programs), just like any idea.
You are talking about a purely functional language. The paradigm itself is way easier to get into, is just a matter of wanting to learn something. Simple as that. Functional programming doesn't need to be understood just by mathematical references.
And then you go and say "I love" ? Really?
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