It seems so—particularly in those moments where it becomes queasily clear that Klosterman has no fixed point of view.
mathematics
The fixed point of a function, f is any value, x for which f x = x. A function may have any number of fixed points from none (e.g. f x = x+1) to infinitely many (e.g. f x = x). The fixed point combinator, written as either "fix" or "Y" will return the fixed point of a function.
See also least fixed point.
(1995-04-13)