Whereas nature once frightened us and made us tremble with her mysterious vastness and the uncontrollable energy of its elemental forces, it now frightens us with its limitations and a new-found fragility, the delicacy of its plastic mechanisms. The same ambition can destroy or save, And makes a patriot as it makes a knave.
And Middle natures, 25 how they long to join, Yet never pass th' insuperable line. That, virtue's ends from vanity can raise, Which seeks no int'rest, no reward but praise; And builds on wants, and on defects of mind, The joy, the peace, the glory of mankind. Passions, like elements, though born to fight, Yet, mixed and softened, in his work unite: In the long term this could lead, as the alchemists once believed, to production on the principle of everything out of everything.
No creature owns it in the first degree, But thinks his neighbour farther gone than he; E'vn those who dwell beneath its very zone, Or never feel the rage or never own; What happier natures shrink at with affright, The hard inhabitant contends is right.
Mutating under the influence of an unfavourable environment, they continue their modified existence.
Why has not Man a microscopic eye. In one way or another, he is shaped by his family, culture and society. This is the habit of truth … which for four hundred years has entered every action of ours; and has made our society [and also made the value it sets on man] … The Sense of Human Dignity Urizen Fettered by William Blake, who wrote He who would do good to another must do it in Minute Particulars: Trace Science then, with modesty thy guide; First stip off all her equipage of pride; Deduct what is but vanity or dress, Or learning's luxury, or idleness, Or tricks to show the stretch of human brain, Mere curious pleasure, or ingenious pain; Expunge the whole, or lop th'excrescent parts; Of all our vices we have created arts; Then see how little the remaining sum, Which serv'd the past, and must the times to come.
Pleased with this bauble still, as that before, Till tired he sleeps, and life's poor play is o'er. Truths would you teach, or save a sinking land.
Man is in his true and crude nature - good. Like the figure of Jesus, she stands with bended head, and hands folded upon the breast. Only one thing is for sure, early man emanated from something far greater than science can explain.
From tohe taught mathematics at the University College of Hull. One of the ways to deal with the crisis situation in the "man-nature" system is to use such resources as solar energy, the power of winds, the riches of the seas and oceans and other, as yet unknown natural forces of the universe.
Human beings live in the realm of nature, they are constantly surrounded by it and interact with it. Emerson clearly depicts that everything must be spiritual and moral, in which there should be goodness between nature and humans.
We are only a response to the vibrations of the elemental forces of outer space, which bring us into unity with their oscillations.
According to Emerson, there were three spiritual problems addressed about nature for humans to solve: The predominant passion, and its force.
Alexander Pope: An Essay on Man Notes by Dr.
Honora M. Finkelstein Epistle 1, "Of the Nature and State of Man, with Respect to the Universe." Pope's contention in this section is that man, with his limited perspective, cannot know God's divine plan.
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Nature has a dominant role in Wordsworth’s poetry especially in ‘There Was a Boy’ and ‘Composed upon Westminster Bridge’, because in both there is a connection between Man and his surroundings, Nature.
"Nature" is an essay written by Ralph Waldo Emerson, and published by James Munroe and Company in In the essay Emerson put forth the foundation of transcendentalism, a belief system that espouses a non-traditional appreciation of nature.
Transcendentalism suggests that the divine, or God, suffuses nature, and suggests that reality can be understood by studying nature.
"The best way to get at Emerson is to come at him all at once, in the ninety-five pages of his little book called Nature, issued anonymously inwhich contains the compressed totality of all that he would subsequently patiently thesanfranista.comtion rather than logic was the instrument used by Emerson .Essay on man and nature by j.bronowski