Symposium Cave Allegory

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Philosophy

 

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Thomas B

 

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March 29, 2014

 

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University

 

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After stepping outside the cave, the prisoner accepts a new reality while taking in all the objects around him. Although Diotima's speech involves love and the "Allegory of the Cave" involves reality, both are similar because they show one gaining more knowledge and reaching a higher understanding. These two pieces are also related in the respect of Plato's Theory of Forms...
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Plato does not directly refer to his Theory of Forms in either The Symposium or "Allegory of the Cave," but it is alluded to in both. The Theory of Forms says that for every concept, like good or beauty, there is a Form for it. The Forms are unchanging. For example, anything that is beautiful is beautiful because it participates in the Form of Beauty...
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