6 episodes

A place where ideas are unleashed from dogma.

PhilSoc Mohamed Khougali & Abdelrahman Elzein (Jad)

    • Philosophy

A place where ideas are unleashed from dogma.

    Geopolitics, economics and Covid 19 P2

    Geopolitics, economics and Covid 19 P2

    During our quarantine, Musaab and I, talk about the effects this pandemic has on the world and how this effects the reality in the region. We talk about oil future collapse and its relevance in the middle east and north Africa. Part 2

    • 36 min
    Geopolitics, economics and Covid 19 P1

    Geopolitics, economics and Covid 19 P1

    During our quarantine, Musaab and I, talk about the effects this pandemic has on the world and how this effects the reality in the region. We talk about oil future collapse and its relevance in the middle east and north Africa. Part 1

    • 32 min
    EP003 Part 4: Sexuality at Last

    EP003 Part 4: Sexuality at Last

    EP003 Part 4: Sexuality at Last by PhiloSoc

    • 29 min
    EP003 Part 3: un-orthodox

    EP003 Part 3: un-orthodox

    "They'll find every single excuse they can to make sure that this is not the man's fault"

    • 38 min
    EP003 Part 2: Aggressive Progressives & Preservative Conservatives

    EP003 Part 2: Aggressive Progressives & Preservative Conservatives

    "Men that are close to you are worried about you going to interact outside with men exactly like them"
    - Hiba on heteronormative standards manifesting on a familial level.

    In this episode, we talk about the different spaces that exist in Sudan what it means to come out to each one of them. We also continue peeling back layers of Sudanese society, both progressive and conservative, in relation to the dynamic that exists between men and men; women and men; and women and women.

    • 25 min
    EP003 Part 1: Sexuality & Heteronormative Standards

    EP003 Part 1: Sexuality & Heteronormative Standards

    Hiba joins the podcast and brings with her a much-needed discussion about sexuality, gender and social media within the context of the Sudanese conservative/heteronormative standard.

    • 23 min

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