ATTRACTION: appreciation of the aesthetic appeal of nature, from a superficial sense of the pretty to a profound realization of beauty.
REASON: the desire to know and intellectually comprehend the world, from basic facts to more complex understanding.
AVERSION: antipathy toward and sometimes fearful avoidance of nature.
EXPLOITATION: the desire to utilize and materially exploit the natural world.
AFFECTION: emotional attachment, including a love of nature.
DOMINION: the urge to master and control the natural environment.
SPIRITUALITY: the pursuit of meaning and purpose through connection to the world beyond our selves.
SYMBOLISM: the symbolic representation of nature through image, language, and design.
(from Stephen Kellert's Birthright)