Freedom is obviously a priority in Western philosophical and political discourse, as the work of Rousseau, Locke, Marx, Kant, and others with regard to the structure of civil society demonstrates. And in the modern period, beset, so to speak, with war and remembrance, statist violations of freedom give rise to feelings of repugnance throughout the world.
by way of terrorism, have isolated Sudan not only from the West but also from other Islamic nation-states. Such reports raise philosophical questions, not only of regime legitimacy but more generally of how and whether freedom can be conceptualized in Islamist Sudan.
This study addresses these issues, by means of a review of the historical and modern conditions of Sudan's civil society, together with a comparative look at the structure of freedom discourse found in Locke and Marx, and fina