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Karl-Heinz Omet


Pro Mitglied, Griesheim

Kommentare 7

  • - dije - 25. März 2010, 20:15

    sehr gut :o)

    lg dije
  • Gerd Sprengart 25. März 2010, 16:41

    Das zarte Licht und die verklärte Mimik der Protagonisten, einfach zauberhaft.
    HG
    Gerd
  • KLAUS Müller OF 24. März 2010, 23:05

    Sowas finde ich Klasse: Selbstdarstellung durch Schatten.
  • sibon 23. März 2010, 22:47

    Klasse Schattenspiel... !!!!
    LG Sigi
  • Norbert Borowy 23. März 2010, 21:23

    geheimnisvoll!
    Gruß
    NB
  • Walther und Moritz Ka 23. März 2010, 19:02

    Sehr stimmungsvolles Theater.
    Superstark!
    LG Walther
  • Frederick Mann 23. März 2010, 18:59


    Inside the cave

    Socrates begins by describing a scenario in which what people take to be real would in fact be an illusion. He asks Glaucon to imagine a cave inhabited by prisoners who have been chained and held immobile since childhood: not only are their arms and legs held in place, but their heads are also fixed, compelled to gaze at a wall in front of them. Behind the prisoners is an enormous fire, and between the fire and the prisoners is a raised walkway, along which people walk carrying things on their heads "including figures of men and animals made of wood, stone and other materials". The prisoners watch the shadows cast by the men, not knowing they are shadows. There are also echoes off the wall from the noise produced from the walkway.

    Socrates asks if it is not reasonable that the prisoners would take the shadows to be real things and the echoes to be real sounds, not just reflections of reality, since they are all they had ever seen or heard. Wouldn't they praise as clever whoever could best guess which shadow would come next, as someone who understood the nature of the world? And wouldn't the whole of their society depend on the shadows on the wall?