In conclusion, I think that Plato’s allegory of the cave does provide persuasive support for his theory of forms. There are two worlds in the theory of Forms which Plato thinks exist, and this belief is supported in his allegory. Plato depicts the cave as a metaphor for the world of senses and depicts everything outside of the cave as the.
In Plato’s “The Allegory of the Cave”, he managed to let us visualize people living in a big cave, where these people were chained by the leg and by the neck and they couldn’t move. They can only see what is in front of them. He explains to us how the “The Allegory of the Cave” is the education of the soul toward enlightenment.