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Surname 1 Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Plato’s Republic Plato's “Allegory of the Cave" discloses to us how we as people are in a "lower domain" of learning. The things which we think genuine are entirely shadows on a divider. Similarly, as they got away prisoner rises into the light of the sun, we store up education and rise into the light of actual reality, where thoughts in our psyches can help us understand the type of "The Good'." "The Allegory of the Cave" symbolizes this adventure and how it would look to those still in a lower area. Plato is stating that people are all prisoners and that the unambiguous world is our give in. This idea of "The Good" eventually drives us to live productive lives that depend on education, much like rulers who realize what is expected to keep up the welfare of their country. Education is the best thing to have, as indicated by Plato that it is the reason for all things "good" inside the universe (Plato). The reality, as per Plato, is that we can have a well-governed society just if our rulers find that there is a superior life than that of being in office. At that point, power will be in the hands of
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