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  1. Long, Christopher P., “The Hideously Difficulty Task Before Us: Toward a More Perfect Union—Reading Baldwin with Schürmann,” Philosophy Today, forthcoming in 2024.

  2. Long, Christopher P. and Richard A. Lee, Jr. “Friendship, Philosophy, and Democratic Practice,” Dewey Studies, 7, no.1, 2023, 229-239.

  3. Fritzsche, Sonja, William Hart-Davidson, and Christopher P. Long. “Charting Pathways of Intellectual Leadership: An Initiative for Transformative Personal and Institutional Change.” Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning 54, no. 3 (May 4, 2022): 19–27.

  4. The HuMetricsHSS Team, Nicky Agate, Christopher P. Long, Bonnie Russell, Rebecca Kennison, Penelope Weber, Simone Sacchi, Jason Rhody, and Bonnie Thornton Dill. “Walking the Talk: Toward a Values-Aligned Academy,” February 17, 2022.

  5. Agate, Nicky, Rebecca Kennison, Stacy Konkiel, Christopher P. Long, Jason Rhody, Simone Sacchi, and Penny Weber. “The Transformative Power of Values-Enacted Scholarship.” Humanities and Social Sciences Communications 7, no. 1, 1-12.
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  6. Agate, Nicky, Rebecca Kennison, Christoper P. Long, Jason Rhody, Simone Sacchi, and Penny Weber. “Syllabus as Locus of Intervention and Impact.” Syllabus 9, no. 1 (May 28, 2020).
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  7. Practicing Public Scholarship.” Public Philosophy Journal 1, no. 1 (2018);
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  8. Care of Death: On the Teaching of Reiner Schürmann.” Philosophy Today, January 31, 2017;
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  9. Pragmatism and the Cultivation of Digital Democracies.” In Richard J. Bernstein and the Expansion of American Philosophy: Thinking the Plural, edited by Marcia Morgan and Megan Craig, 37–59. Lanham: Lexington Books, 2016.

  10. “Dissemination as Cultivation: Scholarly Communications in a Digital Age.” In Doing Digital Humanities: Practice, Training, Research, co-authored with O’Sullivan, James and Mark A. Mattson; edited by Constance Crompton, Richard J. Lane, and Ray Siemens, Reprint edition. New York, NY: Routledge, 2016.

  11. Public Philosophy and Philosophical Publics: Performative Publishing and the Cultivation of Community.” The Good Society 24, no. 2 (2015): 118–45; co-authored with André Rosenbaum de Avillez, Mark Fisher, Kris Klotz.

  12. On Touch and Life in the De Anima.” In Phenomenology and the Metaphysics of Sight, edited by Antonio Cimino and Pavlos Kontos, (Leiden: Brill Academic Publisher, 2015, 69-94).

  13. Who Let the Dogs Out? Tracking the Philosophical Life Among the Wolves and Dogs of Plato’s Republic.” In Plato’s Animals: Gadflies, Snakes, Stingrays, Swans, and Other Philosophical Beasts, edited by Jeremy Bell and Michael Naas, (Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2015).
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  14. "The Peripatetic Method: Walking with Woodbridge, Thinking with Aristotle.” In The Bloomsbury Companion to Aristotle, edited by Claudia Baracchi, (London: Bloomsbury Publishing, 2014).

  15. Socrates: Platonic Political Ideal.” Valores y Ideas, 61, 149 (2012): 11-49.

  16. Attempting the Political Art: Socrates, Plato and the Politics of Truth.” Proceedings for the Boston Area Colloquium in Ancient Philosophy, 27 (2012): 153-74.

  17. Crisis of Community: The Topology of Socratic Politics in the Protagoras.” Epoché, 15, 2 (2011): 361-377.

  18. Cultivating Communities of Learning with Digital Media: Cooperative Education Through Blogging and Podcasting.” Teaching Philosophy, 33, 4 (2010): 347-361.

  19. The Voice of Singularity and a Philosophy to Come: Schürmann, Kant and the Pathology of Being.” Philosophy Today, 53 Supplement (2009): 138-150.

  20. The Duplicity of Beginning: Schürmann, Aristotle and the Origins of Metaphysics.” The Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal, 29, 2 (2008): 145-159.

  21. Nous and Logos in Aristotle.” Freiburger Zeitschrift für Philosophie und Theologie 54, 3 (2007): 348-367; co-authored with Richard A. Lee, Jr.

  22. The Daughters of Metis: Patriarchal Dominion and the Politics of the Between.” The Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal, 28, 2 (2007): 67-86.

  23. Is there Method in this Madness? Context, Play and Laughter in Plato’s Symposium and Republic.” In Philosophy in Dialogue: Plato’s Many Devices, edited by Gary Alan Scott (Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press, 2007), 172-192.

  24. "Socrates and the Politics of Music: Preludes of the Republic." Polis 24, no. 1 (2007): 70-90.

  25. "Aristotle's Phenomenology of Form: The Shape of Beings that Become." Epoché 11, no. 2 (2007): 435-48.

  26. "Saving Ta Legomena: Aristotle and the History of Philosophy." The Review of Metaphysics 60 (2006): 247-67.

  27. The Ethical Culmination of Aristotle's Metaphysics,” Epoché 8, 1 (2003): 121-140.

  28. Dancing Naked with Socrates: Pericles, Aspasia and Socrates at Play with Politics, Rhetoric and Philosophy.” Ancient Philosophy 23, (2003): 49-69.

  29. Totalizing Identities: The Ambiguous Legacy of Aristotle and Hegel after Auschwitz.” Philosophy and Social Criticism 29, no. 2 (2003): 213-44.

  30. Between the Universal and the Singular in Aristotle.” Telos 126, (2003): 25-40.

  31. The Ontological Reappropriation of Phronesis.” Continental Philosophy Review 35, no. 1 (2002): 35-60.

  32. Between Reification and Mystification: Rethinking the Economy of Principles.” Telos 120, (2001): 92-112; co-authored with Richard Lee.

  33. The Rhetoric of the Geometrical Method: Spinoza's Double Strategy.” Philosophy and Rhetoric 34, no. 4 (2001): 292-307.

  34. Art's Fateful Hour: Benjamin, Heidegger, Art and Politics.” New German Critique no. 83 (2001): 89-115.

  35. The Hegemony of Form and the Resistance of Matter.” The Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 21, no. 2 (1999): 21-46.

  36. Two Powers, One Ability: The Understanding and Imagination in Kant's Critical Philosophy.” The Southern Journal of Philosophy XXXVI, no. 2 (1998): 233-53.

  37. A Fissure in the Distinction: Hannah Arendt, the Family and the Public/Private Dichotomy.” The Journal of Philosophy and Social Criticism 24, no. 5 (1998): 85-104.

  38. Reluctant Transcendence: The Face to Face in Levinas's Totality and Infinity.” Conference 5, no. 1 (1994): 19-34.