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1. Why is Plato's Allegory of the Cave considered to be an example of dualism?
According to some scholars, the analogy of the cave illustrates various aspects of "Hellenistic dualism." This dualism is a dualistic view of both the cosmos and the human person where salvation is viewed as an escape or "getting away" from the ...
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