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This chapter provides a background and organization of the book. The moral portraits are presented in six chapters. Five of these chapters provide moral portraits of authors interlocutors. Each chapter focuses on one of them and analytically describes their moral personhoods based on their own narrative articulations of their moral experiences. Another of these chapters describes the friendship of two of these persons and the ways in which they are able to maintain their friendship despite holding quite different moral conceptions.

Keywords: moral portraits; Moscow; post-Soviet Russia

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