The Four Loves - Likings and Loves for the Sub-Human: Pages 20-30 Summary & Analysis

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Likings and Loves for the Sub-Human: Pages 20-30 Summary and Analysis

Lewis then talks of a person's love of nature. He says that a true nature lover is more interested in the moods invoked by being at one with nature. He says that a botanist or landscape artists are terrible companions for the nature lover. The botanist draws attention to specific details of plant life while the landscape artist forces comparisons of various settings. It's a fallacy to believe that nature is a teacher. He says it's up to the individual to pay attention and "make of it what you will," but says it's not necessary to make anything at all of nature. Simply absorbing the mood and spirit of nature should be sufficient. Lewis says it's important to keep the love in nature in its proper place...

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