The Relationship between Man and Nature in Emerson and Thoreau
The first reason, and people are very clear with both of the author's work, that was to be their love of nature. Both of them, Emerson and Thoreau lived in forested areas, and spent their time outside. 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 …show more content…
There are many of different ways that these two authors are similar. Such as how both authors love nature, and their natural surroundings.. And lastly, how Emerson, and Thoreau, both believed in individualism.
Both Emerson and Thoreau believed that nature is what forces us not to depend on others idea but to developed our own idea. They believed that nature is changing and people must know the reason why it is changing because nature changes accordingly to the society. According to Emerson's (1834) observation " human do not entirely understand natures beauty and all the things that nature has to offer us. He further state that people are uncertain by the humankind around them and human must take themselves away from societies flaw and diversion in order to experience the unity with nature for which they are naturally suited". Nature gives human a lot but human do not give in return and they believed that many people need to be separated from the rest of the world because they can see the real nature of the people and how society is changing. According to Conor (30 June 2009) states that "To go into isolation, a man needs to retire from his chamber and he