What's the most SICP-like book out there now?
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SICP's Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs
first edition came out in 1986, so I'm looking for its successors.
They don't necessarily have to be done in Lisp.
Have a look at Concepts, Techniques, and Models of Computer Programming. It explains the concepts of programming languages, starting with a small kernel language, then growing the language and comparing it to other paradigms. It has a more formal approach and is centered on programming languages.
Here are two sets of recommendations, from a lisp-influenced guy:
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