Ph.D., Indiana University, 1976
Appointed at UMass: 1977
Areas of interest:
Philosophical Logic, Natural Language, Philosophy of Physics
Natural language semantics; logic of truth.
Algebraic Methods in Philosophical Logic (with J. Michael
Dunn), 470 pp., (Oxford Press, 2001).
Symbolic Logic: A First Course, Third Edition,
420 pp., (McGraw-Hill, 1999)
"Completeness and SuperValuations" Journal of Philosophical Logic, 34 (2005), 81-95 (online)
"An Axiomatic Theory of Truth" (online)
"An Algebraic and Axiomatic Characterization of a Sub-Lewis
Modal Logic" (online)