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  • '''Theseus''' was a hero from [[Greek mythology]] and a legendary king of [[Athens]]. ...and Minotaur.jpg|right|thumb|200px|{{Theseus and Minotaur.jpg/credit}}<br/>Theseus and the Minotaur. Bronze sculpture by [[Antoine-Louis Barye]].]]
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  • The '''Ship of Theseus problem''' is one expression of a central problem in the [[metaphysics]] of ...and the other contending that it was not the same. (Plutarch, ''[[Life of Theseus]],'' trans. [[John Dryden]])
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  • #REDIRECT [[Ship of Theseus]]
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  • | title = Aquinas and the Ship of Theseus: Solving Puzzles About Material Objects | title = Same-Kind Coincidence and the Ship of Theseus
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  • ...edu/smcohen/320/theseus.html |title=Identity, Persistence, and the Ship of Theseus |accessdate=2008-07-15 |last=Cohen |first=S. Marc |authorlink= |coauthors=
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Ship of Theseus]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • #REDIRECT [[Ship of Theseus]]
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  • ...''[[Hippolytus]]'' written by [[Euripides]] which is about the [[son]] of Theseus and a story of [[romantic love]] and tragedy.
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  • ...taur by giving him a ball of thread to guide him out of the [[Labyrinth]]. Theseus takes her with him when he leaves Crete but he abandons her on the [[island
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  • The '''Ship of Theseus problem''' is one expression of a central problem in the [[metaphysics]] of ...and the other contending that it was not the same. (Plutarch, ''[[Life of Theseus]],'' trans. [[John Dryden]])
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  • | title = Aquinas and the Ship of Theseus: Solving Puzzles About Material Objects | title = Same-Kind Coincidence and the Ship of Theseus
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  • ...y to [[kidnapping|kidnap]] [[Persephone]] to be the [[wife]] of Pirithous. Theseus was trapped there many years until [[Heracles]] set him [[freedom|free]], b
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  • ...e may also be the same character as [[Antiope]] who [[marriage|marries]] [[Theseus]].
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  • From [[Ancient Greece|Greek]] [[mythology]], he was the [[son]] of [[Theseus]] and [[Hippolyta]] or [[Antiope]] (the [[Amazon (mythology)|Amazon]] [[que
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  • ...le''. It is possible that she is the same queen who [[marriage|married]] [[Theseus]].
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  • ...Minos]], he built the [[labyrinth]] which kept the Minotaur and in which [[Theseus]] navigated.
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  • [[King]] of [[Athens]] and [[father]] of [[Theseus]] by the princess [[Aithra]]. He was married, briefly, to [[Medea]]. Source
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  • ...gy]] who was a [[princess]] of [[Troezen]], and [[motherhood|mother]] of [[Theseus]], by either [[Aigeus]] or [[Poseidon]], according to [[Elizabeth Vandiver]
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  • ...o keep the [[Minotaur]] in; later, the [[Ancient Greece|Greek]] [[hero]] [[Theseus]] kills the Minotaur.
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  • ...]d after him. He was the father of the [[Ancient Greece|Greek]] [[hero]] [[Theseus]] who killed the [[Minotaur]], and who was a prominent [[character]] in [[G
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  • ...and seven young women, were fed to him as a form of ongoing [[tribute]]. [[Theseus]], the [[Athens|Athenian]] [[hero]], killed the Minotaur with assistance fr
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  • ...logy]], he was one of the brigands whom the [[Athens|Athenian]] [[hero]] [[Theseus]] killed on his way [[home]] from [[Troezen]] to [[Athens]]. He was famous
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Ship of Theseus]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • ...edu/smcohen/320/theseus.html |title=Identity, Persistence, and the Ship of Theseus |accessdate=2008-07-15 |last=Cohen |first=S. Marc |authorlink= |coauthors=
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  • ...ncient Greece|Greek]] [[mythology]], he is one of the brigands killed by [[Theseus]] on the trip overland back [[home]] to [[Athens]]. Sinis tied [[traveler]]
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  • {{r|Theseus}}
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