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Plato and Darwin: Natural Selection and the Successful Society

Summary: Change, adaptation, survival, natural selection and the social health of societies are discussed in this essay. Plato's Allegory of the Cave and Charles Darwin's "Natural Selection" are the backdrop for this analysis.
Select, Survive and Succeed

How many times have we stopped ourselves from doing something that is too hard? Do we realize how important it is for us to take a step and try things? Everyday, things change around us. Whether it is our appearance, body, or mind. The changes that are good improve and help us. However, it is up to us to see change. A change might not be very obvious or it might not be relevant us. Therefore, in order to survive and to succeed some form of change is necessary. In "Natural Selection," Darwin explains the theory on evolution through natural selection that species come in a variety, and modification of species allows offspring to adapt and increase chances of survival. This will teach us how to accept change. In "The Allegory of the Cave," Plato uses the Cave to demonstrate how people often live...

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