Crime and Punishment Essay
In war, a general has no room for his own personal feelings and emotions. He has to make logical decisions that will ensure his side victory, and relies on his intelligence, not his morals, to succeed. If he were to make decisions based on his desire not have people get hurt or killed, his goals would most likely not be met. In the same way, Raskolnikov, in Fyodor Dostoevsky's novel Crime
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acting in a similar manner to Raskolnikov in Fyodor Dostoevsky's novel Crime and Punishment, as he also hid his emotions by resorting to his intellectual ideas. He didn't want to admit his fears, his desires, or his love for the people around him, and by constantly turning to his own reasoning, he illustrates Dostoevsky's idea that in order to avoid what is true in their hearts, people will sometimes resort to logic or intellectual ideas.