J. Michael Dunn

J. Michael Dunn

Professor Emeritus, Informatics and Computing, School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering

Professor Emeritus, Philosophy


  • Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh, 1966

Research interests

Non-classical logics

  • Non-classical logics, especially relevance logic
  • Formal, especially algebraic, semantics
  • Automated reasoning
  • Philosophy of language
  • Philosophy of mind

Dissertation committee service

Author: Chui, M.
Dissertation title: I still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For: Web Searching As Query Refinement (January 2002)
Committee: Dillon, A. (Co-Chair), Leake, D. B. (Co-Chair), Dunn, J. M., Peebles, C. S.

Author:Chemero, A. P.
Dissertation title: How to Be an Anti-Representationalist (April 1999)
Committee: Smith, B. C., Port, R. F. (Co-Chair), Dunn, J. M., Millikan, R. G., Gelder T. J. (Co-Chair)

Author: Yu-Houng Houng
Dissertation title: Classicism, Connectionism, And the Concept of Level (May 1991)
Committee: Dunn, J. M. (Chair), Castaneda, H., Eisenberg, P., Cochiarella, N., Gasser, M., Gelder, T. V.

Author: Chalmers, David
Dissertation title: Toward a Theory of Consciousness (May 1993)
Committee: Hofstadter, D. (Co-Chair), Dunn, J. (Co-Chair), van Gelder, T., Goldstone, R.