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Nature, in the broadest sense, is the natural, physical, or material world or universe.
Nature may also refer to:
- Nature (journal), a general-purpose scientific journal published since 1869
- La Nature, a French magazine aimed at the popularization of science founded in 1873
- Nature (radio programme), a BBC Radio 4 programme
- Nature (TV series), a television program that has been broadcast on PBS since 1982
- "Nature" (essay), an essay and collection of essays by Ralph Waldo Emerson
- Nature (Tobler essay), an essay by Georg Christoph Tobler
- "Nature" (The Fourmyula song), a song by New Zealand band The Fourmyula
- Nature Magazine, a magazine published by the American Nature Association from 1923 to 1959
- Nature (grape), another name for the wine grape Gewürztraminer
- Natural environment, the ecological sphere of life on Earth
- Nature (philosophy), in philosophy
- Nature (rapper), a U.S. rapper, born Jermain Baxter (1972)
- Mother Nature, the personification of nature as a maternal figure
- All pages beginning with "Nature"
- All pages with a title containing Nature
- Natural (disambiguation)
- Naturalism (disambiguation)
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