Objects & Places from Beyond Good and Evil

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Germany - This was Nietzsche's native country.

The Church - This place incites mixed feelings in Nietzsche, most of which involve contempt.

France - The author shows a great affection for this place.

The Summer Garden - In the poem Aftersong, Nietzsche refers to this place.

Greece - This is home to great philosophers who have inspired Nietzsche.

China - This is a country in which morality is judged either through distinction or disgrace.

Europe - Nietzsche considers this place to be the heart of all of modern philosophy.

England - This place is referred to by Dr. Oscar Levy in his 1913 essay.

Israel - This is the native land of Miss Helen Zimmern (1846-1934), who is responsible for the first English translation of BEYOND GOOD AND EVIL.

Prussia - In 1701, the first king of this place is crowned, and his descendants become German emperors.

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