Earlier this semester, we thought about Plato’s “Allegory of the Cave.” Let’s return to that reading, and to our earlier discussion, to consider if or how Plato’s Allegory of the Cave presents spaces for reflection. What in Plato’s text is relatable to the kinds of spaces for reflection we’re looking at? In what ways is it unrelatable or incongruous with a space for reflection? Is there another text we’ve read/watched that relates to our focus on spaces for reflection–if so, how does it relate? This is an opportunity to re-read the text, re-watch the videos (first or second or the third and , and re-engage with our earlier discussion, but with the focus on the spatial and other sensory aspects from the text that we can observe and analyze.