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Leinbach Marquis View on John Muir's Attitude towards Nature.The author Leinbach Marquis in "a Mountain calling" explains John Muir's attitude towards each species, and in this, he explains how Muir is starting to feel, requests in regard to each life form believing that each animal has a privilege to life, freedom, and the quest for satisfaction. Each manifestation of life, in the same way as every gathering of individuals, is equivalent according to the Creator; surely, all species are in some sense "individuals"-on this long stroll, for instance, Muir discusses fledglings as "these feathered individuals." As he strolls more remote and more distant south, he works out his initially, young vision of nature and what we discover behind it is a significantly political feeling, one developing out of an individual disobedience to a level where he settles in customs of force and social rela

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