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MIT has come up with the trickiest tongue twister to date.
I wasn’t going to post this Claymation interpretation of Plato’s “Cave Allegory” because it’s kind of depressing, but it’s also too interesting to pass up.
Cool site of the week: Here is today.
Posted by Mark H at 08:29 PM | Permalink
I've long thought that going to the movies is a modern-day equivalent for Plato's Cave allegory. People in a dark place, staring at a wall with images from a light source behind them flickering on it, mistaking it for reality and becoming less capable of dealing with the real world outside.
Monday, February 17, 2014 at 07:14 AM
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