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“How could they see anything but the shadows if they were never allowed to move their heads?”
Plato, The Allegory of the Cave
“It is the task of the enlightened not only to ascend to learning and to see the good but to be willing to descend again to those prisoners and to share their troubles and their honors, whether they are worth having or not. And this they must do, even with the prospect of death.”
Plato, The Allegory of the Cave
“Any one who has common sense will remember that the bewilderments of the eyes are of two kinds, and arise from two causes, either from coming out of the light or from going into the light”
Plato , The Allegory of the Cave
“Any one who has common sense will remember that the bewilderments of the eyes are of two kinds, and arise from two causes, either from coming out of the light or from going into the light Plato Allegory of the Cave”
Platone, The Allegory of the Cave
“life”
Plato, The Allegory of the Cave
“True, how could they see anything but the shadows if they were never allowed to move their heads?”
Plato, The Allegory of the Cave