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This is pretty true and certainly important but "Monad" does exist for many reasons. It's essentialy standing for "a monadic type" used when you're given a value of some monadic type but no specific one. This happens (in various forms) a lot in Haskell and so the term has weight.

But for learning purposes I agree wholeheartedly!




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