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Ideas in addition to Things “Who are the true philosophers?” Plato – Republic
Central Bible College, US has reference to this Academic Journal, Plato – Republic Knowledge & Truth Book V “Who are the true philosophers?” ?Lovers of the vision of truth” But what does this mean? How do we know truth? 1st step: distinguish sense from intellect. Ideas in addition to Things Intellect Beauty is opposite of ugliness, just of unjust, good of evil, in addition to so on. Each of these is one thing. This is not the same as enjoying beautiful things. Sense Such sense knowledge is like dreaming. Beauty, goodness the just seem so that change. The problem: “the beautiful will in some point of view be found ugly.”
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Ideas in addition to things ~ cont?d Likewise alongside other opposites. A large dog is smaller than a small elephant! Ideas in addition to Things ~ cont?d If everything is true ?in some point of view,? then those same things are false ‘in some point of view.’ That is so that say. Nothing is absolutely true. Knowledge is relative. Plato’s answer Things we sense, which can be beautiful, large, or just ‘in a point of view,’ are halfway between being in addition to non-being. Those who know these things without knowing absolute ideas have opinion rather than knowledge. They are lovers of opinion, not philosophers.
Plato – Republic Image in addition to Reality Book VI Absolute ideas in addition to things What does – say – a lovely rose have so that do alongside absolute beauty? Socrates begins by distinguishing the visible in addition to the intelligible. The ?Divided Line? Ascent from images through perceptions through hypotheses so that first principles (ideas). Four Conditions in the soul: Understanding Thought (mathematical hypothesis) Belief or opinion Imaging (picture-thinking) Human knowledge moves from pictures, images in addition to analogies so that perfect understanding, but how?
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The ?Divided Line? 1st section – images, shadows, reflections 2nd section – animals, things Things in the 1st section copy those in the 2nd. 3rd section – figures from the visible realm: mathematics. 4th section – no images but ideas themselves Visible Intelligible Republic ? Book VII The Cave The Cave
The Cave in addition to the Line Imagination Belief Thought Understanding The shadows The objects on the wall Reflections in addition to shadows Objects outside the cave Line Cave The Interpretation (517b-c) The cave itself is a metaphor in consideration of knowledge of the sensible world. The entire realm of sense is only apparent knowledge. The fire ? source of light within the Cave ? represents the sun. This corresponds so that the lower two sections of the Line. The Interpretation (cont?d) The world outside the Cave is the realm of intelligence. 1st ? discursive thought about mathematical entities. 2nd ? understanding of the Forms themselves. The source of all these is the Good. The Good is ?the cause of all that is correct in addition to beautiful in anything.? (517c)
Application so that Education Education: not putting knowledge into ignorant souls but turning them towards the brightest region of being (518c). The art of conversion of souls (518d).
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