The fiction ‘Allegory of the Cave’ is Plato’s idea of human insight and awareness. He theorized that knowledge can only be acquired through analysis and calculation. To tell the difference between real knowledge and imaginary knowledge Plato narrates a parable in which he emphasizes the truth and people who think that what they perceive is the truth. Plato emphasized the difference between imaginary perceptions and real perceptions with a fictional story that to some extent explains his theory about real and imaginary perceptions that people have about life based on their experiences that they have in their daily lives. The story goes as follows: Continue reading “Socrates’ explanation of the meaning of the Allegory Cave”
Hamlet is the most influential and critically acknowledged tragedy written by the great English playwright, William Shakespeare. Many critics have done a lot of legwork in solving the puzzles of this play. The most important and perplexing thing in the play is indecisiveness of the protagonist Hamlet and his inability to act. Continue reading “Themes of Hamlet- William Shakespeare”
Classical musical concerts have been known for their soothing effects on the audience (Fuller). The performance usually consists of slow music which is played at a very moderate volume in a ballroom.
When the concert got underway, the music that roared through those huge speakers tore through the arena and made the crowd go wild. I could feel the repercussions of the organs in my chest with every strike of the bass guitar.