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This pictures ate all related to plato. The relations between the pictures and philosopher will be discuss.

Nowadays, most Generation Z youths can't live without their computers. Some have been using computers since they were youngsters, and the majority of them cannot afford to lose one. Some of them treat them as if they are friends. Furthermore, the computer represents Socrates, which we can connect to Plato. Plato had been a member of Socrates' inner circle since he was a child. Back in 399, there was resentment toward Socrates. It eventually led to his conviction and execution on charges of impiety and youth corruption. Plato was deeply affected by Socrates' death. However, this did not deter him from continuing his journey. This scenario influenced his philosophy in the end.

The boat has a connection to Plato because of The Ship of State. The Ship of State is a famous and oft-cited metaphor put forth by Plato in Book VI of the Republic (488a-489d), where Plato compares the situation to a ship on which the shipowner is hard of hearing, has poor vision, and lacks sea-faring skills. All of the sailors on the ship quarrel over who should be captain, though they know nothing about navigation.

In Plato’s Apology, Socrates alleges that Clouds was slander (diabolh/). There are many reasons to doubt this claim. Current scholarship tends to argue either that Clouds indeed was a negative portrayal of Socrates, or that the cultural atmosphere of Old Comedy removed the possibility for didactic political messages in drama. The sometimes schismatic nature of criticism on this issue tends to obscure the common-ground shared by both stances. In what follows, I will argue that, although one cannot overlook the shots Aristophanes takes at Socrates, Clouds was something less than slander. The preponderance of evidence suggests that Aristophanic satire could not be ignored, but neither could it be taken without qualifications

The connection of Plato in spring is related on what he have said about democracy. “ Does not tyranny spring from democracy?” He predicted letting people govern themselves would eventually lead the mass to support the rule of tyrants.Tyrant is a person exercising power or control in a cruel, unreasonable or arbitrary way.

Plato claims that in a society where everyone has the right to lead, all kinds of selfish persons who don't care about the people and are simply motivated by their own personal desires might rise to power. Electric current is a moving electric charge. A lightning bolt or a spark between your finger and a ground light switch plate are examples of rapid discharges of static electricity.

All pictures has connection to the philosopher. Each of it was tackled and gives the explanations of it.

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