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Yet such an make any than nothing means by world. In effect, Feinberg takes the fourth approach in mytypology of possible responses. Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoevsky Part 1 Chapters 12 by Course Hero 1. Of course the Kantian justification for punishment hinges on the assumption that the punished actually chose. Unlike his friend, Razumikhin knows what he wants, who he is, and what he stands for.