In this period of training the man would understand that only ' ' True Luz' ' , and not it shade of its consequences, is the cause of everything what it was had before, deturpadamente, as reality. Although proportionate the Metaphysical perception to the man in this period, Plato indicates that the day not yet was findou. With effect, to that the possibility was given of to enxergar the truth has for obligation to lead the chained ones to the Light. Thus, in this ' ' alegoria' ' , Plato instigates the free man to return to the cave to take the knowledge regarding the shades reflected in the walls of the subterranean. However, the men who are there would not understand the affirmations passed for the just fond one of the exterior and would doubt the stories above all what he was seen, placing at risk the proper life of that he transmits such information. Nothing more coherent when we focamos that Scrates was victim of this ignorance told for Plato, condemned to the death for its ideas, and after that, the proper Christ, crucificado for whom they had not obtained to enxergar the Light that happened of its teachings.
2. PAIDEIA AND JESUS Contemporarily, the interpretation of the German philosopher Martin Heideger on ' ' myth of caverna' ' , in the ones of the account of that the transformation of the man by means of what Plato called PAIDEIA, ' ' if it submits to a change in the essence of verdade' '. In other words, it means a reorientation, a process where the dumb man of behavior ' ' that it leads to desabrochar' ' of the proper one to be. This happens for the modeling of the moral attitude, for the redemption of the immortal soul, for the unfolding of the creative forces, for the wakening of solidarity, the respect to the body, or for the combination of these factors.