I first came across this very interesting and accomplished young woman when I was given the book Doubt: A History. It is a thick – dare I say, authoritative non-fiction work about famous people throughout history who have doubted tradition, dogma, religion, values and ethics. Inspirational quotes, like “Doubt is the bedrock of philosophy”, translates to “love of wisdom.” If you love wisdom, you’d better be willing to doubt. And if you want to explore the idea of doubt – theoretically as well as practically – tune in. The example of a president who is averse to doubt was one of the interesting elements.