For years, these cave people couldn't move, and sat in a dark cave....
Person 1: What is she talking about? Person 2: Ya our friend came in the cave unable to name the objects on the wall. Person 3: We will kill anyone who tries to drag anybody out of the cave.
Socrates: For years, these cave people couldn't move, and sat in a dark cave. They had a small fire, and that was all the light they had. People from the outside the cave brought things inside from the outside cave.
Person 1: What is that? Person 2: Looks like a waw. Person 3: Oh ya, but we should call it something else. Person 4: Lets call it a dram!
Person 3: I'm free! Where am I? Who are you? I think it's a waw.
Person 3: It's very bright, and I can't see anything.
Socrates: the main passage of The "Allegory of the Cave" is in order to exceed knowledge you must have reasoning behind it.