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I'm learning Mathematica(v8) to use it to program formal logic. Can anyone recommend a logic-specific tutorial text? A reference list of logic-related functions would also be very appreciated!

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Have you seen this: – R. M. Oct 28 '12 at 4:26
@rm-rf: Yeah, that post is very helpful as far as general programming is concerned--I was just hoping there might be something more logic-specific out there, as I'm not planning to use the language for anything else.=) – QuietThud Oct 28 '12 at 5:40
Ok, no problem. I don't know anything, but someone might answer. In future, it is good practice to mention if you've already seen some relevant resource/material and it didn't satisfy your needs (in this case, the above link) :) – R. M. Oct 28 '12 at 8:10
In The Mathematica Journal Vol4 issue 2, R. Maeder implements a Prolog Interpreter in Mathematica. Very interesting. His package is old and doesn't work any more (since Mathematica 6, I think). I don't know if the problem is serious. – andre Feb 8 '13 at 20:16

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