In this chapter, I begin by reviewing the argument of the book and reflecting on the interactions among these various contradictions. I then discuss how living amid contradictions poses unavoidable moral concerns, arguing that although people can opt to ignore the injustices that result from them, to live a moral life, they must be engaged. We experience the city not just as depersonalized functional relationships but as moral agents with empathy and respect for others.
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