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Christopher Long

  • PhD/Professor of Philosophy and Classics
  • Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies and Professor of Philosophy and Classics
  • Pennsylvania State University
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Research interests

History of PhilosophyAdorno; Continental PhilosophyBenjaminCritical TheoryArendtHeideggerPlato; PhenomenologyAristotleAncient Greek Philosophy

About

Born in Philadelphia, I went to High School at Germantown Friends School, then attended Wittenberg University, where I received my BA in Political Science and Philosophy. I received my PhD in Philosophy from the New School for Social Research in 1998. I am a Professor of Philosophy and Classics and Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies at the College of the Liberal Arts at the Pennsylvania State University. I live in State College with my wife and two daughters.

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  • Attempting the Political Art: Socrates, Plato and the Politics of Truth

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  • Socrates: Platonic Political Ideal

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  • Aristotle on the Nature of Truth

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  • Crisis of Community: The Topology of Socratic Politics in the Protagoras

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  • Cultivating Communities of Learning with Digital Media: Cooperative Education through Blogging and Podcasting

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Professional experience

Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies and Professor of Philosophy and Classics

The Pennsylvania State University

January 2010 - Present

Associate Professor of Philosophy

The Pennsylvania State University

July 2004 - Present

Associate Professor of Philosophy

Richard Stockton College of New Jersey

July 1999 - June 2004(5 years)

Education history

PhD

New School for Social Research

August 1991 - May 1998(7 years)

MA

New School for Social Research

August 1991 - May 1994(3 years)