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Looking to buff up on formal Comp.Sci.

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I'm looking to buff up on my (patchy -- decent in some regions, but virtually nonexistent elsewhere) formal Computer Science over the Summer holidays and was looking for some recommendations as regards good introductory and intermediate texts. In terms of particular areas that I've been interested in recently, I was looking at programming language theory, theory of computation and category theory (I'm particularly fond of math-based formalisms and abstractions). EDIT: For example, I was looking at this list which looked promissing; but I am of course poorly equipped to judge what may or may not be good. EDIT2: I've got a bit of knowledge I've picked up by osmosis of set theory and some basic proof methods, but any sources to increase breadth and depth of knowledge there, if necessary, are good too.

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