Wordsworth takes pleasure in gathering with nature. Wilderness and civilization are antipodes and are mixed in various proportions, determining the features of the territory. Philosophy has also had a long history in some non-Westerncultures, especially in China and India. Even if two poets and two painters see the same object, say a red rose, and glorify it in colour and verse, their productions, though inspired by the same subject, would be very different from each other. These places having very less economic activity have less population and hence have small isolated settlements. As a result, Western philosophy generally developedindependently of Eastern philosophy.
The two authors Ralph Waldo Emerson, and Henry David Thoreau, are similar in many ways. I'm going off on a tangent. Compassion is what makes humans continue to exist because compassion allows us to see the damage we as people can cause and understand the motives of others. The implication is, we become tools in the hand of the Divine and we do what we do in His name. How many dogs must have died from rocks falling on them? Now let us presume that he is back home and is looking at his snapshots. To understand fully how they affected our lives, we have to understand the philosophy of Emerson and Thoreau, and the relationship between the two.
The Nature of Man What is the strongest motivation for humans? That cohesion between mind and heart, reason and passion is another expression of the balance that is pointed at in The Prophet's teaching by the term al-amr al-wast. Population on the earth varies due to variation in the environment. Emerson and Thoreau were transcendentalists who had similar views about life and nature. Another of Apollo's sons, Asclepius, learned a hard lesson in humility. The governor and government itself was very poor to control the people and society due to corrupted leaders and government. Their side effects are surely, though gradually, affecting the environment, which in turn, endangers his very existence. Forest and soil resources are getting depleted at a fast rate owing to population pressure.
If we don't start thinking about our relationship with nature now, there may be no nature for our children to enjoy in the future. The understanding of the relationship between man and nature, which in varying degrees is approaching to the reality, evolved as the humanity was accumulating experience forming the roots of knowledge. That if they hadn't decided to work together, and divide labor according to their abilities, they never would have stood a chance. But what is man doing to his Mother Nature today! One poet may go into raptures over the loveliness of the flower, while the other may shed tears over its transitory beauty. The first example would be their love towards the nature, and their surroundings. He tells us not so much what he sees or learns as thoughts and feelings which the scene of natural objects or his contacts with other men produced in his mind. And man has now realised that he has to work with it and he will never tolerate the rape of Good Earth any further.
It is an extreme version of Idealism, but as described by Emerson it was based of emotion rather than it being a rational or deliberate thing and could be experienced through nature for God works through nature. Our earth is a unique planet. Slowly he started to disbelieve in his religion and social believes and started to study philosophy like Plato Transcendental, nature. On this basis the society was formed. Now let man consider how he came into an earthly existence. Thoreau whereas in friendship, studied nature and Emerson believed that each individual had a glow of religious studies, and that people should look for truths Emerson, who believed there was that each person contained a flash of religion and that it should be found through nature or through yourself. Out of this understanding, science develops.
And we as humans try to save the environment, because we do live in it. The real relationships between nature, wilderness and subjects created by a man suggest that no matter how people tried to rise above nature and ignore the natural conditions of their lives, they are totally subject to these conditions and depend on them. Frost's poems, but it is still told through the eyes of a child. It would make both sides of the argument happy, and would still be a wall. The works of James Joyce, Virginia Woolf and their followers are realising with a vengeance. Of course, because of sin, we now live in an imperfect world where not all mankind understands this principle.
However, while they understood that interfering with natural death was wrong, humans continued to worship Asclepius as the founder of medicine. For answers to questions about such subjects, peoplehad largely relied on magic, superstition, religion, tradition, orauthority. This poem is about Job Davies, a man who has spent his whole life out in the fields, and resents the intrusion of modern technology. The camera lens is an inanimate machine which, therefore, does not know how to pick and choose. Out of respect to Allah's creations, man should think and try to understand the relationship between the natural phenomena and to be aware not to misuse the natural gifts. The relationship and differences between man and nature in American Scholar and Walden are argued by Emerson stating that nature manipulate the human mind whereas Thoreau says that nature teaches human.
The men go from thinking that the universe is intentionally making them suffer to thinking it's actually completely indifferent. And yet no two such paintings or two such poems are identical. Talk about a 180-degree turn. It gives us oxygen, a place to live, and food to eat. Wordsworth also had very fanciful and imaginative ideas. What Wordsworth was trying say is that he boy spoke to nature and it responded which solidifies the fact that nature is always there and nature will never desert you. Nature is always creating problems for us.
The most striking example of such resource depletion is the food deficit faced by about 100 countries of the world. All his external activities, conscious and subconscious reactions, thoughts and feelings are put almost pell-mell into this monumental work. According to Wordsworth, nature plays the role of giving joy to human heart, and the healing influence on sorrow filled hearts. He uses a pencil or a brush and does the whole thing from beginning to end himself. Frost is saying that there is no point in having the wall, as they had two different types of wall. Angry that the son of Apollo had interfered with nature and human mortality, Zeus hurled a thunderbolt at Asclepius, killing him. The love of nature leads Wordsworth to the love of man which is noticeable in many of his poems.
However, there is another point of view according to which nature is everything that confronts the society, something without which a society, that is, people with the product created by their hands, cannot exist. I do not recall who said it, but this is what the relationship between both is. Also brought about by the imagery and figurative language is the connection between the speaker's state of mind and the natural scene. Thoreau even focuses on the importance of nature and how nature helps the poets to relate human with nature. The world became a hostile, difficult place only after their creator, the Titan Prometheus, deigned to steal fire from the gods and give it to humans. Homer has given us an Aegean of sun-lit islands and purple seas? He would have found London crowded with people and there would have been an abundant amount of noise.