What is Nature?
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In order to better understand the claims of the naturalist thinking with regard to the functioning of the matter and the objects, we are tackling with their basic concepts and studying what these famous “nature, coincidence, causes and laws” are and what they are not.
First, we start with the most famous one. What is nature? Here what it means literally: -the universe and everything inside it – material world –the laws that maintain the order in the universe – the fundamental characteristics of an object. It is clearly seen that, what we call as nature is not something different and other than living and non-living objects we see around ourselves. It is just an abstract concept, which is invisible to eyes, used to describe the totality of all these things. I am the nature, so you are. Everything you see around yourselves is nature. There is no such nature to which you can say “Come on, Nature, why don’t you give me an apple?” You are talking about the universe itself.
Then, what does this mean? Let us remember the definition of nature made at point 3 above. “Nature means all existing matter and objects and the way they behave in different situations”. Just like the word “humanity” which is used to express all human beings. The concept of humanity is composed of the totality of all human beings and it does not have an external concrete reality of its own.
Even if we do not touch upon nine impossible scenarios mentioned in the Treatise of Nature, once we understand the fundamental concepts, the problem starts unfolding and manifesting itself.
As following: Explaining the existence and functioning of the matter/objects around us with the concept of nature, trying to explain it in that way or assuming that you are explaining it in that way; This is not more meaningful than trying to reply the question of “Why is it like that?” with the answer: “Since it is like that”.
In other words, this is explaining something again with itself. Not looking for an exterior cause. How meaningful is this? One thing will be both “creator” and also the thing which is “created”. “Something, while even not even existing, has created itself ‘on its own’!”
Now you should decide how logical such a sentence sounds. We should say that; a successful propaganda machine was used in showing this nonsense to people as real. This is the power of promotion, propaganda and speculation.
 Speculation: Reaching to a conclusion on an issue without making use of any evidence.