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@@ -152,8 +152,8 @@ The name "bind" is not well chosen from our perspective, but this is too deeply
To take a trivial (but, as we will see, still useful) example,
consider the Identity box type: `Î±`. So if `Î±` is type `bool`,
-then a boxed `Î±` is ... a `bool`. In terms of the box analogy, the
-Identity box type is a completely invisible box. With the following
+then a boxed `Î±` is ... a `bool`. That is, __Î±__ = Î±

.
+In terms of the box analogy, the Identity box type is a completely invisible box. With the following
definitions:
mid â¡ \p. p