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Gregory L. Bock, PhDGregory L. Bock, PhD

Associate Professor of Philosophy, Walters State Community College

Gregory Bock earned his B.A. at California State University, Sacramento, and holds two master's degrees, one from Azusa Pacific University and the other from Biola University. He received his Ph.D. in 2012 from the University of Tennessee and has taught philosophy and religion at Walters State Community College since 2006. His hobbies include hiking and soccer, and he enjoys camping with his family in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Recent published articles include:

"Cultural Sensitivity in Paediatrics," Journal of Medical Ethics, 39 (2013): 579-581

"Jehovah's Witnesses and Autonomy: Honoring the Refusal of Blood Transfusions," Journal of Medical Ethics 38 (2012): 652-656

"Hume and Religious Miracles: A Reply to Robert Larmer," Philosophia Christi 13:1 (2011): 165-168

"Understanding David Hume's Argument against Miracles: Establishing a Religion on the Testimony of a Miracle," Philosophia Christi 12:2 (2010): 353-371

Areas of Specialization

Applied Ethics, Ethics, Religion and Society

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