Let ’ s leave the cave-NORMAN meets Plato


Plato continues by suggesting that, if a prisoner were freed and exposed to the light, the adverse effect on his eyes would initially lead him to revert to looking at – and trusting in – the things he already ‘knows’: the misleading shadows! He would, though, eventually adjust to the light of the sun, and come to see the real world as superior to that of… (More)


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