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The current issue on hospitality, a subject that is intimately connected to that of xenophobia, was inspired by the compelling and fruitful suggestions of my friend and colleague, Polish philosopher Tomasz Kitlinski. It is a subject that lies at the heart of many of the problems besetting our world and that is gratifyingly illustrated by the warm welcome so many of those escaping the war in Ukraine have received in Poland and in the other countries to which they have fled.

As Kitlinski wrote when we conceived this issue of the journal, "Hospitality is at the heart of humanity and democracy." We need it now more than ever.

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