1997) Natural World as distinct from the human world, if we consider this statement from a more philosophical point of view then one would realize that as human world originated distinctly and efficiently from the first man ‘apes’ according to Darwin’s theory same way this beautiful Natural World as gifted by God is also as distinct as the human world, gradually becoming more beautiful as days pass by. Just like history of our origin creates a particular feeling of humans identification same way the origin of this natural world has its own emphasis in our world. Many ancient philosophers like Socrates, Aristotle and Plato gave their own theories to understand the natural world and for centuries their followers had believed them until modern science came into existence. It wouldn’t be wrong to say that not all their theories were wrong, as they without any prior knowledge did lay the foundation of modernized thinking, so due credit should be given to most of their theories. Natural world mainly deals with all the natural gifts of God like fire, water, air and Earth (ancient Greek theory accepted by Aristotle). A team which battles to discover and establish itself may particularly emphasize a moment of founding father. The ancient Greece was still the land of heroes during the 17th century in Europe. Aristotle and his followers mainly believed that all the things on earth are a blend of four elements and this traditional theory was lambasted by Isaac Newton and his followers. So to prove
himself right Aristotle and Epicurus came together to symbolize two fundamentally opposite views on how this Universe is put together. Aristotle agreed with Plato on the fact that the cosmos and living things did not occur accidentally and in order to understand this we need a Teological explanation. He tried to explain to the people God’s nature as to why things fall on the ground or the heavens move without having any knowledge of or link with the theory of gravity. As far as human world is concerned Aristotle located the origination of human society in an essential human nature which sorts individuals into different groups and organizations and hence according to his theory, society is an expression of natural sociability with social relationships.(Renfrew, C. 2003; Swingewood, A. 1984; Fara, P. 2009; Gregory, A. 2001; Smith, R. 1997) So the place to a begin any reformative modification arises from the inner will of an individual being and this change is shown in a way that the man relates himself as a part of the natural world and the natural world as a part of himself. All creatures are inter-linked in this world, each arriving from one source and coming back to that source and all returning back to Almighty God one day. Therefore, all creatures are a part of one another. A man should himself build his relationship with the nature as well as his fellow human beings.(The Relationship Between Man And The Natural World, 2013) "We are hard wired with the assumption that the world and the people in it can be understood. The belief that there are causal, probably simple, underlying explanations that we can find and live our lives by, is fundamental to the human psyche.