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through inherent nature

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One of the biggest truths proclaimed by nature is the social responsibility humans have.
Hence nature has its real worth due to its moral dimensions rather than blind forces, where man is free to choose among the alternatives provided by nature.
ACF RECENTLY HOSTED a series of public events titled 'Connected by Nature: In conversation with Richard Louv' across Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Adelaide.
Advocating a "re-naturing" of everyday life, he proposes seven concepts: 1) Technology must be balanced by nature; the more technology you use, the more nature you need.
Nature Middle East is the third in a series of regional portals being developed by Nature Publishing Group, following on the heels of Nature India in February of 2008 and Nature China in 2007.
Local job listings are provided by NatureJobs, and event listings by Nature Events.
Growing up near Western Pennsylvania's Allegheny Mountains, James Garrison spent most of his childhood surrounded by nature.
And whatever happens by force, follows whatever happens by nature. It is known that [elements] were initially all together in one unit and they then separated and [hence] those who consider them to be different eternally end up with the impossibility of dealing with a situation in which they are eternally different and not different eternally and that is an impossible contradiction.
Still, despite that complexity, "man is by nature reasonable; and he is never perfectly in his natural state, but when he is placed where reason may be best cultivated and most predominates." It is the element of reason which distinguishes human beings, the condition of acting freely.
The first major part of the study, "La place de la nature dans la pensee d'Alberti," analyzes the role played by Nature in Alberti's thought, with particular emphasis on religious and philosophical questions.