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Socrate's and Plato's line analogy

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Department
Philosophy
Course
PHL 187
Professor
James Cunningham
Semester
Fall

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Friday, October‐29‐10  ‐ If you get someone to do things for you, you are a child  ‐ Is there a problem doing disgu  ‐ Order produces truth and being  ‐ If the eye looks upon things which is directly illuminated by the sun  ‐ The eye is concentrating   ‐ Socrates says the mind  ‐ Socrates and plato’s secondary analogy  ‐ Let us imagine a vertical with intersecting line  ‐ First intersecting line Æ ratio of two to one 1:2  ‐ Second intersecting line Æ   ‐ 3 lines create 4 divisions  ‐ We don’t imitate the concepts perfectly 
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