I joined the faculty of the Philosophy Department at the University of Georgia in 1973 and later served for ten years as Head of the Department. I was the founding Director of the Artificial Intelligence Center, a member of the Linguistics Faculty, and Undergraduate Coordinator for the cognitive science major. I held visiting positions at the University of Tuebingen, the University of Stuttgart, and Antwerp University. My research and teaching have focused on philosophy of language, logic, automated reasoning, and knowledge-based systems. I was appointed Franklin College Professor at the University of Georgia in 2001, and retired in 2004. I continue to work on projects at the University. Most recently I have been working on defeasible justification in epistemology and normative theory and I have been co-teaching a short course in business ethics with Warren French in the UGA Executive MBA program. My non-academic interests include duplicate bridge, steam locomotives, and garden railroading.
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Donald Nute. Defeasible logic: theory, implementation, and applications. Proceedings of INAP 2001, 14th International Conference on Applications of Prolog, IF Computer Japan, Tokyo, 2001, pp. 87-114.
Donald Nute. Agents, epistemic justification, and defeasibility. Invited Address, 5th Augustus de Morgan Workshop, King's College London, November 3-5, 2003.
Frederick Maier and Donald Nute. Ambiguity propagating defeasible logic and the well-founded semantics. In Michael Fisher, Wiebe van der Hoek, Boris Konev, and Alexei Lisitsa (eds.), Logics in Artificial Intelligence, 10th European Conference, JELIA 2006, Liverpool, UK, September 13-15, 2006, Proceedings, Springer, 2006, pp. 306-318.
Frederick Maier and Donald Nute. Relating defeasible logic to the well-founded semantics for normal logic programs. In Juergen Dix and Anthony Hunter (Program Chairs,) Proceedings of NMR'06: Eleventh International Workshop on Non-monotonic Reasoning, Windermere, U.K., May 30 - June 1, 2006, http://cig.in.tu-clausthal.de/NMR06/.
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