**Scott Lehmann**

Department of Philosophy, U-54

University of Connecticut

Storrs, CT 06269-2054

U.S.A. (860) 486-3579

**Education: **

Swarthmore College, B.A. (Mathematics) 1964

University of Chicago, Ph.D. (Philosophy) 1970

**Current research interests: **

Foundations of economics, policy analysis, environmental ethics

**Publications:**

**Books:**

1995 *Privatizing Public Lands*, Oxford University Press.

**Articles:
**1976 "An interpretation of 'finite' modal first-order
languages in classical second-order languages," 41

"A first-order logic of knowledge and belief with identity,
I & II," 17 *Notre Dame J. of Formal Logic* 59-77
& 207-21.

1978 "The Hintikka-Kripke problem," 8 *Philosophia*
59-70.

1979 "A general propositional logic of conditionals,"
20 *Notre Dame J. of Formal Logic* 7-83.

1980 "Slightly non-standard logic," 92 *Logique et
Analyse* 379-92.

1981 "Do wildernesses have rights?," 3* Environmental
Ethics* 129-46.

1994 "Strict Fregean free logic," 23* J. Philosophical
Logic* 307-36.

1996 "Privatizing public lands: a bad idea," 3 *Hastings
West-Northwest J. of Environmental Law & Policy* 231-45.

2001 "No-input, no out-put logic" in Morscher and Hieke, eds.
*New Essays in Free Logic*, Kluwer Academic Publishers 147-55.

2002 "More free logic", in Gabbay, ed. *Handbook of
Philosophical Logic*, 2nd edition, Vol. 5, Kluwer-Academic Publishers
197-259.