Why Is Plato's Unreliable World Of Existence

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The world we are living in is changeable and unreliable. Nothing is permanent such as human body, buildings, plants and others. Even our senses of sight, touch and taste can decline. Plato believed that behind this unreliable world of appearances, there is a world of permanence and reliability. Plato calls it world of ‘Forms’ or ‘Ideas’.
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