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In the dialogue Plato explains the nature and composition of the human soul by comparing it to a republic.

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So our thinking has a key role in helping us escape the cave.So: are we inside Plato’s Cave?
This exactly corresponds to the world of Ideas or noumena where the Idea of the Good as the cause of reality makes the world intelligible to our faculty of knowledge.

Inside as well as outside the Cave Plato describes four levels:
1. the shadows or images,
2. the things themselves or beings themselves,
3. the light (or truth) which makes the object visible or intelligible
4. and the source of the light.

As mentioned before, the dialogue of The Republic as a whole but specifically the Allegory of the Cave represents ourselves.

In Book VII of The Republic, Plato paints a dark scene for readers


And to introduce his explanation of what type of education this should be, Plato makes Socrates tell his companion Glaucon about the Cave.

Plato’s Allegory of the Cave encloses a wealth of symbolism and deeper meaning, especially about education.

 

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With our knowledge of Theosophy about the inner composition of man we can clearly identify the different aspects Plato describes as different states of consciousness.

Are we inside Plato’s Cave?If we look inside and outside the cave we can see the correspondence with
- the Souls, Egos and Monads of the human composition,
- its seven principles and
- the seven corresponding aspects of thinking.


We will show the perfect escape plan from Plato’s Cave.

Introduction

The Allegory of the Cave has a central role in Plato’s dialogue Politeia or The Republic [1].


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This is exemplified perfectly by Plato’s Allegory of the Cave.

Education based on the Heart Doctrine can lead man to much greater heights than we can now imagine.

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References
[1] Several translations of Plato’s Politeia (references to the original text are made directly in this article between brackets (e.g.

26 - Ain't No Sunshine: The Cave Allegory of Plato's Republic

Instead of going above the plane of ordinary experience for the other two members of the proportion, Plato here goes below and invents a fire and shadows cast from it on the walls of a cave to correspond to the sun and the “real” objects of sense.

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All translations have these included.):
Plato, The Republic, translated by Thomas Taylor from
Plato, The Republic, translated by Benjamin Jowett, C.

Plato's Allegory of the Cave is used as a ..

1969; – from
Plato, The Republic, translated by Desmond Lee, Penguin Books, 2nd Edition, Aylesbury, Bucks, 1983;

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