MIT 6.001 Structure and Interpretation

Overview and Introduction to Lisp

"Computer science is a terrible name. First, it's not a science. And it's also not about computers. People in the future will recognize that people were really formalizing intuitions about process – how to do things. Talking precisely about how to knowledge. As opposed to geometry that talks about what is true."


Despite the copyright notice on the screen, this course is now offered under a Creative Commons license: BY-NC-SA. – MIT 6.001 Structure and Interpretation, 1986 (by MIT OpenCourseWare).


Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs.

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