Dear readers,

We are writing this editorial in the shadow of the historical awareness of the Holocaust in Europe - Auschwitz, we are reflecting it in the shadow of the final realization of the Nakba in Palestine - Gaza, and we are designing it in the shadow of the planetary recognition of the Genocide in Bosnia - Srebrenica. Together, these three notorious words - Holocaust, Nakba, Genocide, point to evil, which exists and therefore cannot be ignored or denied, but must be studied and understood as a "philosophy of evil".

It is about evil, which takes on an aestheticized form out of sheer fascination to escape boredom. "That "fascination" is particularly related to the fact that evil today is more of an aesthetic object than a moral one. Evil is presented as something else and as such should function as a counterbalance to boring everyday life".