Socrates: Later, however, he would be able to view the things themselves (the beings, instead of the dim reflections). But within the range of such things, he might well contemplate what there is in the heavenly dome, and this dome itself, more easily during the night by looking at the light of the stars and the moon, [more easily, that is to say,] than by looking at the sun and its glare during the day.
Plato, “The Allegory of the Cave”, Republic, VII 514 a, 2-517 a, Translation by Thomas Sheehan
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