Plato’s myths: useful and fun (Panama)

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Plato’s myths are always current, and can also be entertaining!

Allegory of the Chariot: In this myth Plato describes what the soul looks like and represents the rough and uncontrolled forces, and the calm and orderly forces within us, like two horses that help us move forward or fall depending on the choices we make in the journey of life and what needs to be done to move forward.|

A fun way to learn philosophy for adults and children alike!

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