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Martin Jay Stone

Martin Jay Stone, American law and philosophy educator. Mellon fellow in humanities Mellon Foundation, 1985; Marshall scholar Oxford University, 1985-1988, George Plimpton Adams prize. Member American Association Law Schools, American Philosophical Association, fellow National Humanities Center, Phi Beta Kappa.

Background

  • Stone, Martin Jay was born on April 23, 1961 in Los Angeles, California, United States. Son of Claude Abraham and Sarah (Rubin) Stone.

  • Education

    • Bachelor summa cum laude with highest departmental honors, Brandeis University, 1982. Juris Doctor, Yale University, 1985. Bachelor of Philosophy in Philosophy, Oxford University, England, 1988.

      Doctor of Philosophy in Philosophy, Harvard University, 1996.

    Career

    • Professor law, associate professor philosophy Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, 1989—2001. Professor law Benjamin N. Cardozo School Law Yeshiva University, New York City, since 2001. Teaching fellow Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1991-1992.

      Visiting professor law University Michigan, Ann Arbor, fall 1996, New School University. Adjunct professor Cornell University, University Michigan.

    Works

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

    Membership

    Member American Association Law Schools, American Philosophical Association, fellow National Humanities Center, Phi Beta Kappa.

    Personality

    Interests

    Piano, dance.

    Connections

    • father: Claude Abraham Stone
    • mother: Sarah (Rubin) Stone
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    Born April 23, 1971
    (age 46)
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    • 1982
      Brandeis University
    • 1985
      Yale University
    • 1988
      Oxford University
    • 1996
      Harvard University
    • 1989 - 2001
      Professor, professor philosophy Duke University
      Durham, United Kingdom
    • 1989 - 2001
      associate, professor philosophy Duke University
      Durham, United Kingdom
    • 2001
      professor, law Benjamin N. Cardozo School Law Yeshiva University