Raskolnikov


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Raskolnikov

plans and carries out the murder of an old woman pawnbroker. [Russ. Lit.: Crime and Punishment]
See: Murder
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martsil aga osutas saadik Raskolnikov valisminister Reile, missugune oht saab Eestile osaks, juhul kui Eesti osutub tommatuks mingi riigi vastu suunatud riikide gruppi.
27) See Alex Raskolnikov, "Revealing Choices: Using Taxpayer Choice to Target Tax Enforcement" (2009) 109:4 Colum L Rev 689 at 751-52, citing Brigitte C Madrian & Dennis F Shea, 'The Power of Suggestion: Inertia in 401(k) Participation and Savings Behavior" (2001) 116:4 Quarterly Journal of Economics 1149 at 1150.
40) Like Logue, Raskolnikov briefly addresses how his
Despite the web of city streets the reader is told Raskolnikov stumbles around in, the greatest descriptions are of small and specific locales: Raskolnikov's rooming house, the public house in which he first encounters Marmeladov, and the various apartments of the Marmeladovs, Alyona, and Sonia.
In Crime and Punishment, Raskolnikov (echoing Hegel's notion of "World-Historical Individuals" and anticipating what Nietzsche would later call the "technique of mnemonics") (5) argues forcefully that all the truly great "lawgivers and founders of mankind" were "destroyers" who "did not stop at shedding blood" in order to bring new worlds into existence.
cattle) (see Kleinbard, "Risky and Riskless Positions in Securities," 71 Taxes 783 (1993), and Raskolnikov, "Contextual Analysis of Tax Ownership," 85 B.
Like Raskolnikov before him, Ivan must learn to receive as well as to give.
The name Raskol is based on the main character in Russian writer Fyodor Dostoyevsky's novel Crime and Punishment, Rodion Romanovich Raskolnikov.
The commotion surrounding the politicization of the STL reminds us of Dostoyevksy's novel Crime and Punishment, as the criminal hero, Raskolnikov, considers that he is an exceptional human being, and that he can carry out a despicable criminal act for a reason that is good for him.
Raskolnikov simply cannot live with his own conscience.
Raskolnikov sees the warning in his double and turns in revulsion from such a future.