Tuesday, June 08, 2010
Heidegger explains Plato's cave allegory.
Many meanings have been attributed to this "allegory," but never the simple and most obvious. What is at issue in this "allegory," as even its name suggests, is a cave, a hiding, a concealing, and also unconcealedness.

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