Cave Essay Topics

Myth Of Sisyphus And The Allegory Cave

In the world of philosophy, it is widely known conception that Socrates and Plato had been the first few philosophers. A friend of mine once told me that some things that are said by philosophers could be footnoted to Plato. However, the validity of this statement may still be dubitable or debatable. But there is… View Article

Plato’s Flashlight in a Cave

For Plato, the philosopher was the one who escapes the cave. The cave then is a representation of the senses of humans; they see false objects, and hear false words. The person who is in the cave is using their senses to obtain a diagram of the world around them, but the cave is dark… View Article

Plato Allegory of the Cave

The Allegory of the Cave is one of Greek philosopher Plato’s most well known works. It is an extended allegory, where humans are depicted as being imprisoned by their bodies and what they perceive by sight only. In the allegory of the cave Plato wanted to show how true reality is not always what it… View Article

Florida Sinkholes

Sinkholes are incredible destructive unpredictable natural disasters. Florida has many sinkhole occurrences, caused by its limestone soil weakening with dried up water pockets in it. Much like every other natural disaster, sinkholes do take lives. Sinkholes tend to most occur in the mid-Florida to Tampa area. Though sinkholes are not very talked about or are… View Article

Foxbridge News

Yesterday there is a quarry enquiry go around Foxbridge, the quarry is about limestone. Different people from different group have done the enquiry, lots different opinion has said by the people from the different group. A spokesperson from the living limestone company said that the quarry will create lots of jobs for local people, which… View Article

Geo homework

1.How does carbonic acid form? When carbon dioxide dissolves in water. 2.What is meant by dissolution? Removal of bedrock through chemical action of water. 3.What kinds of rocks are most susceptible to solution processes and why? Limestone and dolomite because the water dissolves the rock. 4.What is the importance of jointing and bedding planes to… View Article