4 edited tags
| link
    Tweeted twitter.com/#!/StackPhilosophy/status/206705258024546304
3 I tried to clean up the grammar as much as possible. Also changed myth to allegory.
source | link

Question on learning type onin Plato Cave MythAllegory

My question is basebased on the Cave Myth of of Plato. OnIn this myth I see two types of learning.

FirstThe first type of learning is the person that is releasingreleased from the cave and climbclimbs up to the light. The second type of learning is when the same person is comecoming back to the cave, and now sitsits again onin the previous locked position and trytries to teach the rest with words and speaks forabout what have "seehe has "seen up there".

I recognize the second type of learning, that is done by words, by speakspeach and the rest, but I can not recognize how the first type of learning. How the person that is getgets out of the cave, with out anyone saysaying anything to him anything, seesees the light and fully understand what's happening, again with outwithout words.

"The enlightenment" of the person that’sthat gets out of the cave and seesees the light, is done with outwithout any one saysaying anything to him, done with painful steps, done in a way that some one can saycall experience, how everhowever right after the cave Plato says that is speakspeach for the soul and the mind, not the body.

How thisdo these two typetypes of learning connect or separate together, the one that try to learn the rest of the people living in the cave, and the one that the same person learn by get out of the cave.?

And if the second one have nottype has no effect, the one thati.e. the person is still onpeople in the cave and try to say towho didn't go outside don't believe the rest foraccount of the light that he have see, but they do not believe him,"enlightened" and say that he is now crazy, then what we dois wrong in speaking and learning that second way  ? howHow to stop that way and find the way to the light ?

So I really do not understand that type of learning, with out speakwithout speach, with outwithout words, and still yet this person is getgets out of the cave. Is anyone willing to enlightenlighten me a little on that?

Question on learning type on Plato Cave Myth

My question is base on the Cave Myth of Plato. On this myth I see two types of learning.

First type of learning is the person that is releasing from the cave and climb up to the light. The second type of learning is when the same person is come back to the cave, and now sit again on the previous locked position and try to teach the rest with words and speaks for what have "see up there"

I recognize the second type of learning, that is done by words, by speak and the rest, but I can not recognize how the first type of learning. How the person that is get out of the cave, with out anyone say to him anything, see the light and fully understand what's happening, again with out words.

"The enlightenment" of the person that’s gets out of the cave and see the light, is done with out any one say anything to him, done with painful steps, done in a way that some one can say experience, how ever right after the cave Plato says that is speak for the soul and the mind, not the body.

How this two type of learning connect or separate together, the one that try to learn the rest of the people living in the cave, and the one that the same person learn by get out of the cave.

And if the second one have not effect, the one that the person is still on the cave and try to say to the rest for the light that he have see, but they do not believe him, and say that is now crazy, then what we do wrong in speaking and learning that way  ? how to stop that way and find the way to the light ?

So I really do not understand that type of learning, with out speak, with out words, and still yet this person is get out of the cave. Is anyone willing to enlight me a little on that?

Question on learning type in Plato Cave Allegory

My question is based on the Cave of Plato. In this myth I see two types of learning.

The first type of learning is the person that is released from the cave and climbs up to the light. The second type of learning is when the same person is coming back to the cave, and now sits again in the previous locked position and tries to teach the rest with words and speaks about what he has "seen up there".

I recognize the second type of learning, that is done by words, by speach and the rest, but I can not recognize the first type of learning. How the person that gets out of the cave, with out anyone saying anything to him, sees the light and fully understand what's happening, again without words.

"The enlightenment" of the person that gets out of the cave and sees the light, is done without any one saying anything to him, done with painful steps, done in a way that one can call experience, however right after the cave Plato says that is speach for the soul and the mind, not the body.

How do these two types of learning connect?

And if the second type has no effect, i.e. the people in the cave who didn't go outside don't believe the account of the "enlightened" and say that he is crazy, then what is wrong in speaking and learning that second way? How to stop that way and find the way to the light ?

So I really do not understand that type of learning, without speach, without words, and still yet this person gets out of the cave. Is anyone willing to enlighten me a little on that?

2 edited body
source | link

My question is base on the Cave Myth of Plato. On this myth I see two types of learning.

First type of learning is the person that is releasing from the cave and climb up to the light. The second type of learning is when the same person is come back to the cave, and notnow sit again on the previous locked position and try to teach the rest with words and speaks for what have "see up there"

I recognize the second type of learning, that is done by words, by speak and the rest, but I can not recognize how the first type of learning. How the person that is get out of the cave, with out anyone say to him anything, see the light and fully understand what's happening, again with out words.

"The enlightenment" of the person that’s gets out of the cave and see the light, is done with out any one say anything to him, done with painful steps, done in a way that some one can say experience, how ever right after the cave Plato says that is speak for the soul and the mind, not the body.

How this two type of learning connect or separate together, the one that try to learn the rest of the people living in the cave, and the one that the same person learn by get out of the cave.

And if the second one have not effect, the one that the person is still on the cave and try to say to the rest for the light that he have see, but they do not believe him, and say that is now crazy, then what we do wrong in speaking and learning that way ? how to stop that way and find the way to the light ?

So I really do not understand that type of learning, with out speak, with out words, and still yet this person is get out of the cave. Is anyone willing to enlight me a little on that?

My question is base on the Cave Myth of Plato. On this myth I see two types of learning.

First type of learning is the person that is releasing from the cave and climb up to the light. The second type of learning is when the same person is come back to the cave, and not sit again on the previous locked position and try to teach the rest with words and speaks for what have "see up there"

I recognize the second type of learning, that is done by words, by speak and the rest, but I can not recognize how the first type of learning. How the person that is get out of the cave, with out anyone say to him anything, see the light and fully understand what's happening, again with out words.

"The enlightenment" of the person that’s gets out of the cave and see the light, is done with out any one say anything to him, done with painful steps, done in a way that some one can say experience, how ever right after the cave Plato says that is speak for the soul and the mind, not the body.

How this two type of learning connect or separate together, the one that try to learn the rest of the people living in the cave, and the one that the same person learn by get out of the cave.

And if the second one have not effect, the one that the person is still on the cave and try to say to the rest for the light that he have see, but they do not believe him, and say that is now crazy, then what we do wrong in speaking and learning that way ? how to stop that way and find the way to the light ?

So I really do not understand that type of learning, with out speak, with out words, and still yet this person is get out of the cave. Is anyone willing to enlight me a little on that?

My question is base on the Cave Myth of Plato. On this myth I see two types of learning.

First type of learning is the person that is releasing from the cave and climb up to the light. The second type of learning is when the same person is come back to the cave, and now sit again on the previous locked position and try to teach the rest with words and speaks for what have "see up there"

I recognize the second type of learning, that is done by words, by speak and the rest, but I can not recognize how the first type of learning. How the person that is get out of the cave, with out anyone say to him anything, see the light and fully understand what's happening, again with out words.

"The enlightenment" of the person that’s gets out of the cave and see the light, is done with out any one say anything to him, done with painful steps, done in a way that some one can say experience, how ever right after the cave Plato says that is speak for the soul and the mind, not the body.

How this two type of learning connect or separate together, the one that try to learn the rest of the people living in the cave, and the one that the same person learn by get out of the cave.

And if the second one have not effect, the one that the person is still on the cave and try to say to the rest for the light that he have see, but they do not believe him, and say that is now crazy, then what we do wrong in speaking and learning that way ? how to stop that way and find the way to the light ?

So I really do not understand that type of learning, with out speak, with out words, and still yet this person is get out of the cave. Is anyone willing to enlight me a little on that?

1
source | link