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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