According to the third paragraph of chapter i of nature, how does emerson define the poet’s view of nature? the poet views nature as something that is made by humans. the poet is the only one who genuinely works in nature. the poet sees something in nature that cannot be quantified. the poet is the only one who notices humans’ effect on nature.
According to the third paragraph of Chapter I of Nature, Emerson defines the poet’s view of nature as:
The poet is the only one who notices humans’ effect on nature.
The poet sees something in nature that cannot be quantified, or C
Emerson is endeavoring to achieve through discussing the "poetical sense" of taking a gander at nature and the manner in which that it stands out from the typical human method for with respect to the regular world.
To take a gander at nature with a "poetical sense," consequently, is to see it in a manner that "incorporates" all of nature and does not respect nature in a manner that is absolutely functional or found in connection to man's assets and interests.