Understanding of Discoveries: Myth of the Cave by Plato
Ever since the beginning of time, man has questioned his way of thinking again and again in order to rationalize his thoughts and form new concepts or principles. Some tend to hold on to those ideals and choose to disregard the new, unfamiliar ways. The Myth of the Cave is one such story where history yet once again repeats itself. The reference is made to Socrates, who was killed by people of Athens for exploring unfamiliar paths to knowledge. The story's main points include man's conscious decision to be ignorant, how this delays our progress as humans and how we should learn from t…
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