I can't shake the idea that simplicity is always measured through a lens.
C is simple: from the perspective of the hardware, C is conceptualy close.
Haskell is simple: from an equational perspective, Haskell is conceptually close, values are mapped from domains to codomains (even IO and state is modeled this way).
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