I welcome opportunities to philosophise with people whose day job is not philosophy, and my book Trust: a Very Short Introduction has opened up some great conversations.
On October 3rd 2016 I appeared on the Matt Townsend Show, BYU Radio, talking about anger and disappointment.
In July 2016 I gave a public lecture – Philosophical Reflections on Imposter Syndrome – in connection with the Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy summer school for female students. The video is here.
I have recently started blogging at Psychology Today – you can read my posts here.
On 7th April 2016 I spoke on ‘What is Epistemology?’, part of Theories of Knowledge, a course for arts and humantities research students across Scotland. The lecture was live-streamed, and is available on YouTube here.
‘Is Time an Illusion?’ at Anstruther Science Cafe on Thursday 18th June 2015, 7.30pm.
Video interview in connection with PwC’s ‘World in Beta’ campaign (2014)
‘Trust, It’s Complicated’ contribution to CSR Index 2014, edited by Francis Quinn and Dean Ritz, ISBN: 978-3-906501-05-5.
In 2013 I was a judge for a schools poster competition run by the Inspire-Aspire campaign of Character Education Scotland.
Blogpost at OUP in connection with my Trust book. (2012)