0017. Which description best captures the model of human nature that we see in Plato's allegory of the charioteer?

A. One horse represents society and government while the other horse represents of individualistic tendencies. B. One horse represents how humans start out "pro-social" but they are corrupted by society and social institutions (such as private property) which is represented by the other horse. C. One horse represents the rational or moral impulse; while the other represents the soul's irrational passions and appetites. D. The charioteer is the super ego, one horse is the ego and the other is the id. E. One horse represents our "good angels" and the other our "bad angels"; how we live depends on the struggle between these external forces.