I am writing a paper on the tension between OOP and Generic programming created by Stepanov. He widely criticizes OOP and says it is "technically flawed" when compared to Generic Programming.
Now I know we have plenty of programming languages that support OOP exclusivley and have no Generic support including Google GO for example, that is a modern language that they chose not to implement Generics because of their complexity. I know we have plenty of languages that support both Generics and OOP, for example C++ and Stepanov's famous STL library.
My question is: Do we have any modern programming languages or any at all that support Generics exclusively without OOP?
EDIT: I would like to add I tried looking around and cant seem to find much so I figured I would ask here.
Just to add that when I refer to Generic vs Object Oriented Programming I am refering to: