Excerpt from Cosmos and Diacosmos: The Processes of Nature Psychologically Treated I. There are and always have been various ways of looking at Nature and of formulating its activity in human Speech. Primarily poetry seizes upon it and makes it the bearer of the soul's storm and sunshine, thus reproducing it as a symbol in one form or other. Different from poetry is the so called poetic description of Nature. The art of Painting employs it in landscapes, Often with a unique sympathy for its color. Nature is con ceived to have moods and to Show them in an ever changing diversity, which starts corresponding echoes in the heart of man. The artistic use of Nature is properly a chapter in Aesthetics.
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