1. What are the elements that constitute a person, according to Plato?

 

 

1. What are the elements that constitute a person, according to Plato? What is the proper relationship between those elements? (In other words, what is a virtuous
person?)

 

2. Explain Plato’s theory of Forms, using his story of the cave as an illustration. Is Plato’s theory of reality (metaphysics), materialistic, idealistic, or
dualistic? Explain.

The Myth of the Cave1. To recapitulate. This is an allegory of what Plato sees as reality. What does it mean? Who are the prisoners? Where is the cave? What does it mean to see the
sun?
The Truman Show1. What are the similarities between Plato’s “Myth of the Cave” and The Truman Show, and what are the differences? In Plato’s myth the perfect world is outside
the cave. Where is it in the film? You may also want to explore the concept of one person being deluded versus humanity as such being deluded. Is this exclusively
Truman’s story, or we all “Trumans,” stuck on the soundstage as in Plato’s cave?
2. What is the significance of Truman’s first name? What does it mean in the context of the story?

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