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Can nihilists reject Kantian necessitation without also rejecting free will?

To me, the rejection of free will seems so useless that it is not even worth seriously considering. However, the existence of free will does seem to necessitate a normative standard by which certain choices can be objectively justified. Can nihilism reconcile free will with the necessity of objective justification that free will seems to imply.