Title: Cave and Apology
|Date:||December 21, 2011|
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Socrates defended himself, saying that his wisdom was intended to be shared with others. He explained, "the unexamined life is not worth living" (Plato, The Apology, 38a). He had attempted to spread his knowledge through reflective questioning aimed at the wise and believed that to be the real reason he had been put on trial...
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The Cave Analogy has many parts to it; the main picture is a group of prisoners who have been held hostage their entire lives inside the cave walls. Although there is an entrance to the cave, they are unable to see it because of how they have been trapped. As objects pass the entrance they cast a shadow on the wall of the cave that the prisoners are fixed watching...
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