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When space transcends what is territorial so as to become a container of emotions. Experiences, "an interiority", that of each refugee, that of each migrant, even if they are together and huddled together.
In the act of disembarking, a spectral landscape appears, of absences and uprooting; only strangers on the ground of the other.
This Otherness gives rise to a new reality: “Guests are both, the one who arrives and the one who is received, the one who gives and receives hospitality", as stated by Bárbara Cassin, so it is worth asking ourselves: do we know who the Other is?
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