What are Buck's fundamental beliefs about life?
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This depends at what point in the story you are referring to. Buck's world at Judge Miller's Ranch was very small. By the end of the book Buck viewed life very differently. He saw nature as a vast and wild landscape that was his domain. He felt emancipated from the world of men. Buck viewed himself as part of the natural wonder of nature. This fits in with London's philosophy of naturalism.