Author: Jan Scholten
In old classifications like Cronquist, Saxifragales is often placed near Rosales, with which they have superficial similarities. In the Apg3 classification Saxifragales is related to the Rosidae.
In the Plant theory the Saxifragales are a Subclass of the Class Malvanae. They from their own Subclass Saxifragidae, which has one Order, Saxifragales.
They have the emphasis on the Carbon series.
There is a contrast between being themselves and society. They feel they are too weak and childish to understand culture, arts and science.
They do not know if they can be themselves in high society.
They do not know if they will be accepted by society if they are themselves.