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Short question answers: Locke's theories are used today to interpret how and why we interact with nature/the wilderness. Both Cronon and Locke are invested in the relationship between society and nature. Locke spoke about how the land is a tool that every human being has the right to use, own, and transform for their benefit, and this right to use it is equal and given at birth. Locke's philosophy highlighted the importance of human intervention in the wilderness to create a profitable land. According to Locke, Human's sole purpose in this life is to transform the existing land with their labour to create a fruitful environment and, in turn, a more prosperous economy and a thriving community.

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