Such allows us to choose as a model for the CPU, the design of a

LISP-based processor undertaken by Guy Steele and Gerald Sussman in

the 70s at MIT AI labs. the idea here of a layering down to hardware

which mimes the same principles or ideas, an equivalence of data and

code which marks the incestuous role-play of the interpreter (code

into action, into electricity reflexively) and allows for the entry of

quotation; quotation implying a system of notation which can equally

well be the brackets of the so-called Lisp S-expressions, or ones and