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Extra Credit Unit 4: Allegory of the Cave
Choose only one of the following: - For up to 25 points of extra credit, read Plato`s Allegory of the Cave and write a one-page paper in which you explain, in your own words, the allegory and indicate why it is important. Here are two videos, one animated, and one not animated, dealing with the allegory. - For up to 25 points of extra credit, read the documents associated with the Trial of Socrates, including Plato`s Apology and, in a one-page paper (maybe two pages), note and explain the main points of Socrates` defense. You must use this link to get to the work: http://www.ctevans.net/Nvcc/HIS101/Units/4.html From the link above, after you have a click, then scroll down to where it says, "Extra Credit Options" and you`ll see more links to get to work for, "Allegory of the Cave", "one animated", "not animated", "Trial of Socrates", and " Apology ".
Name: Tutor: Course: Date: Allegory of the Cave Plato’s piece of work is an allegorical writing whose context revolves around the cave occupied by chained prisoners. According to Sheehan, the shadows of the puppeteers are cast on the wall by the little light entering the cave, and the prisoners use the shadows in constructing reality (2). When one prisoner escaped the cave, the sun blind