Puppets are inanimate objects that are manipulated to tell a story. In the ballet, Petrouchka, there are three puppets Petrouchka, the Moor and a ballerina controlled by a magician. The magician shares a story of unrequited love between Petrouchka, the Moor and a ballerina. The managed movements of the puppets suggest it to be a mere puppet performance, but there is a plot-twist exposing that the puppets have their own emotions, which reflect their soul.
In the book Allegory of the Cave, Socrates was talking with Glaucon and he began to explain how light and darkness are found within the nature of a human. In order to provide a better explanation Socrates created an image. This image was a dark den in which many humans were chained from the hands, feet and neck since they were children. These chains kept these prisoners from moving and allowed them to see only a wall of the den.
Or do we actually have a hand in determining the course of our lives? What makes us behave the way we do? Are our actions determined by forces beyond our immediate control or are we able to choose our behaviour by free will? These are questions