I have an especially primitive question to put to you all
I'm editing my friend's PhD thesis on Nietzsche and have found a reference to a bit in BGE that's missing its section number. It's a passage that refers to the modern age's "dubious taste for facts". I've looked through my copy, hoping that I would have underlined/annotated it myself, but have had no luck with it.
I'm hoping that one of you might know where this passage occurs and might save me the trouble of going through the entire text again and finding the exact quote.
My apologies for this rather rudimentary question.