Evidence of our research impact Evidence of our research impact

Research on Presocratic Philosophy by Catherine Rowett (formerly Osborne) has had impact on the wider public, both at home and abroad, in two key areas: (a) it has helped to satisfy the intellectual and cultural curiosity of people in the UK and beyond; and (b) it has extended public understanding of the potential risks and rewards of stock-market investments. 

Evidence of Impact:

Podcasts / videos

Public Lecture Podcast: 'Learning from Greece'

Documents / articles

'Presocratic Philosophy: A Very Short Introduction' on LA Review of Books

Wikipedia Citation

Raymond Tallis' (author and broadcaster) mention of Rowett's impact on his work

Rowett's impact on 'The Money Myth' in a Chartered Insurance Institute paper.

Blog posts

Alun Salt on 'Presocratic Philosophy: A Very Short Introduction'

Iris the Beagle Contemplative on 'Presocratic Philosophy: A Very Short Introduction'

Mark I. Vuletic's review of 'Presocratic Philosophy: A Very Short Introduction'

Daniel Regnier's review of 'Presocratic Philosophy: A Very Short Introduction'

Citation on Zero Theology

Invitations as speaker

Forum for European Philosophy Consilience Event

Oxford Continuing Education Course on Presocratic Philosophy

BBC Radio Three, Night Waves edition 19 / 4 / 11