Video by Laura Grey, Sound by Adrian Knight
Now take a line which has been cut into two unequal parts, and divide each of them again in the same proportion, and suppose the two main divisions to answer, one to the visible and the other to the intelligible, and then compare the subdivisions in respect of their clearness and want of clearness, and you will find that the first section in the sphere of the visible consists of images. And by images I mean, in the first place, shadows, and in the second place, reflections in water and in solid, smooth and polished bodies and the like. Imagine, now, the other section, of which this is only the resemblance, to include the animals which we see, and everything that grows or is made.
Plato, The Republic
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