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Which statement best summarizes the final two paragraphs of chapter i of nature? the power in nature that one perceives is due both to nature and to one’s own intelligence. one is repeatedly struck by the ability of nature to affect one’s mind and body. much of nature is truly beautiful and has an overwhelming effect on one’s mind and body. one may appreciate the great beauty of nature but is unable to fully understand it.

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The power in nature that man feels is due to nature and its own intelligence.

Explanation:

In the last but one paragraph, the author says, “The greatest consolation of the minister of the fields and woods is the suggestion that there is a occult relation between man and vegetable.” And the last paragraph begins with this statement, “But the power to produce this pleasure is certainly not in nature alone, but in man, or in harmony with both.”