Vadim Rosin’s way to philosophy was not quite usual. He did not come out of the faculty of philosophy, yet he acquired philosophical education in the process of self-education and participation in the seminars of the Moscow methodological circle (MMC), headed by G.P. Shchedrovitsky. One of the first students of G.P. Shchedrovitsky and an active member of the MMC, V. M. Rozin, since the mid 70-ies, is developing his particular way of the methodology based on the ideas and principles of humanitarian approach, semiotics and cultural studies. The second book presents a dialogue about the way in which people are making their decisions, how the moral choice is made. Is the middle way possible, or the division of strategy is necessary between building personal life trajectory and social action in relation to others? A new books by Vadim Rozin are presented by famous methodologist, who studied directly from Georgy Petrovich Shchedrovitsky, Vera Danilova, and Academician, Doctor of Sc. (philosophy), Professor, Institute of Philosophy RAS Vladislav Lectorskii.