Akomplice – A.O.C. Bucket Hat
“Allegory of the Cave” Socrates’ idea that reality is unavailable to those who use their senses put him at odds with the common man and with common sense. Socrates says that he who sees with his eyes is blind, and this idea is most famously capture in his allegory of the cave, and in his description of the divided line. The allegory of the cave is a paradoxical analogy wherein Socrates argues that the invisible world is the most intelligent and that the visible world is the least knowable and the most obscure.