What’s the difference…

…between nature as a reflection of our personal feelings and nature as a participant in suffering (or other emotions)? Is there one? Is putting a subjective viewpoint onto nature a violent appropriation of the other” (the wild)?

I saw this question and it intrigued me. I am curious if other writers have considered this question. Anyone?

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