2017 John Jay Fellow
Hometown: Sacramento, California
College: California State University, Sacramento
Degree: B.A. Philosophy
Logan Zeppieri graduated from California State University, Sacramento in the spring of 2016 with a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy of Science.
During his undergraduate studies, he co-founded the university’s Ratio Christi Chapter, which currently engages the university body in Christian apologetics; he spent two terms at the University of Oxford and focused on philosophy of mathematics, worldview analysis, and competitive dance; and he actively participated in youth ministries at church and summer camp for elementary, middle, and high school children. These experiences cultivated his deep desire to serve the church through academic mentoring.
Logan’s academic interests are philosophy, theology, literature, mathematics, political theory, and business. These interests produced several opportunities both academically and professionally: delivering his original paper exploring the relationships between abstract philosophy, economics, and social justice at an undergraduate philosophy conference and developing his undergraduate thesis God, Concept, and Number, which began constructing an argument for God’s existence through the transcendence of concept as found in number. He has also overseen several businesses, which provided him a foundation for strategic business development. In the future, Logan hopes to apply his experiences to continue impacting the university culture for Christ, mentoring elementary to university students through the classical Christian worldview, and providing political analysis for conservative policies.
When he is not stuck in a book or glued to a computer screen, Logan enjoys wrestling with his four siblings, counseling young children, or becoming lost in unknown cities with friends.