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Rosicrucianism Renewed: The Unity of Art, Science & Religion, Lecture 284 by Rudolf Steiner

Since the seventeenth century, however, nature has been seen increasingly as a physical resource to be exploited. Changes in gardening styles reflect this development, including the creation of grand garden terraces and landscapes such as Versailles, whose purpose is to impose human values, aesthetics, and order on nature.