Setting Sails

Plato’s, Human Perception

“if the very nature of knowledge changes, at the time when the change occurs there will be no knowledge, and, according to this view, there will be no one to know and nothing to be known: but if that which knows and that which is known exist ever, and the beautiful and the good and every other thing also exist, then I do not think that they can resemble a process of flux, as we were just now supposing.”

Plato 428 BC/ 348 BC

This is a poetic summation of the development of one’s perceptions. In a sense, it is a story that engages one’s retrospective view for the suggestive nature that poetry can offer, in the quest of getting to know the origins of our introspective views, that chart our course in life.

Click on image below to enlarge viewing…
Setting Sails

Setting Sails


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Writing with the Veiled…