SOCRATES AND PLATO’S CAVE

@inproceedings{Elliott1967SOCRATESAP,
  title={SOCRATES AND PLATO’S CAVE},
  author={R. Elliott},
  year={1967}
}
If we assume that the stages of the Cave allegory, from the freeing from bonds to gazing at the f ire, represent the typical progress of a pupil trained in accordance with the Socratic educational method, it is possible to provide a detailed Interpretation of the allegory and to discover connexions between the allegory, the Line, the doxophiüst passage) and Book 1.1 shall try to show that although Plato intended the allegory to represent the inferiority of the Socratic method of education to… Expand
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