Student Scholar 2013
Brock M. Mason is a PhD candidate in philosophy at Fordham University. He graduated from Brigham Young University in April of 2014 with a degree in philosophy and minors in logic and ancient Near Eastern studies. While at BYU, Brock served as the editor for Studia Antiqua, as a research assistant for professor David L. Paulsen, and as an associate editor of Aporia. He has been a Kennedy Scholar (2011-2012) and an ORCA grant recipient (2012). In addition to his work in Provo, Brock has studied and conducted research in Israel, Turkey, Greece, and Austria. Brock has won various awards for his academic writing, including first place in the annual Phi Kappa Phi essay contest (2012). He has published or presented various papers on ethics, philosophy of religion, theology, and scriptural interpretation. His academic interests include philosophy of religion, philosophy of law, biblical studies, and the philosophy and theology of Mormonism. Brock is married to Jessica Andersen Mason and loves married life.
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