This contribution attempts to show the problematic character of certain assumptions that lie behind Marek Hrubec’s reflections on intercultural dialogue. The problematicity concerns, above all, the question of what are the conditions of the need of such a dialogue and whether it is an adequate reaction to the rising demands of a globalised world. The serious simplifications which this need gives rise to are pointed out.
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