Plato's Allegory Of The Cave

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In Plato's allegory of the cave, he focused on mainly the metaphysics, epistemology, and the place of himself as a philosopher in society. Plato believe that reality is divided into two separate realms and that is a physical reality accessible to the senses and the spiritual and intellectual reality that is accessible to the mind. Plato also believed that the objects that many of us see or appear to senses are mere imitations of intellectual ideas. And these objects appear to be more real than the physical appearance of itself. Plato also believed that the mind or soul is spiritual reality, meaning that it is only true in spirit. But this can all become confusing to the mind that makes it focus too much on the world of senses. Plato gave

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