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Philosophies of Hospitality: Toward Perpetual Peace and Freedom

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This paper has been inspired by the Research Community: History and Philosophy of Educational Research, of which I have been a member since 2000. Organisers Paul Smeyers and Marc Depaepe have hosted annual face-to-face gatherings of this Research Community for the past 19 years. It is in appreciation of the Research Community as a site of hospitality that this chapter is dedicated. Based on my experiences with this group of philosophers and historians, this chapter celebrates the philosophical themes of vrede and gastvrijheid.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Teacher EducationMichigan State UniversityEast LansingUSA

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