AbstractThis paper offers a reflection on the relevance of Nietzsche to recent geographical scholarship. It interrogates what we might mean by theoretically sophisticated geographies. Drawing on a specific context – the postcolonial apology in contemporary Australia – the paper turns to the relevance of Nietzsche’s thinking about morality in charting everyday moral geographies and imagining more ethical futures.
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