Fighting for Freedom of Education and Human Rights in Plato’s The Allegory of the Cave and Malcolm X’s “Learning to Read” simil...

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Malcolm X was an African-American Muslim who was fighting for human rights. We have two stories one is “The Allegory of the Cave” and “Learning to read”, why do we have to compare this two stories? Can we conclude some very important things after reviewing? Education is a very strong tool in our hands, and how to learn right is concurrent part of our life. In this stories we can find two different ways how to study, even though stories have some same ideas, they are different. I have several reasons why they are different and how are they similar. The first thing why these stories are similar is that Education can totally change your view to everything. Education it’s a light in darkness, it can open our eyes. In the “The Allegory of the Cave by Plato” we have some good examples. First example is cave, cave showing us the world, and many people in this world tie in, only one thing that they can see is the wall, and in the front of the wall we can see a campfire, they can’t turn back, and every time we can see shadows on the wall. People kind of blind, they can’t move, they get used to live in this cave and watching only one picture of the shadows. In the “Learning to Read by Malcolm X” we can…
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