Nour is a final-year student completing their Bachelor of Science, majoring in Physics with a minor in Philosophy at University College Utrecht in the Netherlands. They are originally Sudanese and were born and raised in Doha, Qatar. Nour has not had a traditional philosophy curriculum. Their first introductions to philosophy were Daoist and Buddhist philosophies, where they enjoyed seeing the philosophical foundations behind various spiritual practices. They love the relationship between philosophy and their study of the sciences, in particular the philosophy of physics and interpretations of quantum mechanics. Nour is an “idea-digger,” curious about everything. They enjoy writing prose and poetry which explores displacement, space, introspection, and self. They have moved around a lot and absorbed various aspects of the cultures they were immersed in—African, Middle Eastern, European—and so they find themselves often hyperaware of concepts of identity and cultural filters, both philosophically and personally. They often bring this unique perspective into their podcast which they create in collaboration their friends. Nour was intrigued by Wittgenstein and was inspired to write the paper “Kripkenstein and Mathematics as The Language of Nature,” which focuses on the prevailing notion of mathematical realism (or mathematics as the language of nature) as it pertains to the Wittgensteinian perspective of language.