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Throughout the history of mankind, the subject of identity has sent poets to the blank page, philosophers to the agora and seekers to the oracles. These murky waters of abstract thinking are tricky to navigate, so it’s probably fitting that to demonstrate the complexity, the Greek historian Plutarch used the story of a ship. Amy Adkins illuminates Plutarch’s Ship of Theseus.

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  1. If you want to know who you are or what you think you are, I would advise you to check out the 6-part Monk in the Mountain series here on YouTube. This covers a question and answer session by the American forest-dwelling Buddhist monk Ajahn Sumano Bhikku. Believe me, you'll never think the same about 'you' ever again. A very enlightening documentary. The first part is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1oCgGtXED0I&t=215s

  2. we make laugh of ourselves as we will still negotiate and argue about our identity and we all know that it is impossible to come to one correct answer SO we must listen to outside source out of ourselves particularly divine sources!

  3. People try to find their identity over things that would describe and comfort them yet they failed and remained confuse and doubtful.
    Beloved people! Your worth and identity is in Christ🔥🥺 whether you believe it or not the truth WILL ALWAYS BE THE TRUTH. Repent and turn to Jesus Christ🥰

  4. If we are anything, we are patterns. The medium changes but the pattern remains. The Ship of Theseus is, therefore, a pattern as well. Like any pattern, it can be repeated, which is why there can be two Ships. Or two Rikers. You are, therefore, not merely the person you are at any single point in time. You are, instead, the pattern incorporating everyone who have ever been. Like a word processing program, we are not any of the documents generated by said program. We are the program itself.

  5. Yet Theseus used Ariadne to get himself out of the labyrinth. Then he dumped her (to hang herself) to become king of Athens. So not such a great example.

  6. They are both the Ship Of Theseus, just different versions of the boat. Its like if you replaced Superman's design with Batman's design and vice versa, it would still be Superman and Batman. It doesn't matter what they look like, it matters who they are, their personality, their emotions and legacy.

  7. That very small voice within you, we all called Instinct, is that "I". All the oyhers; logic, mindset, mental state, literacy, etc. Are mere aggregates of a human being's Condition. Remember also that your mind isn't truly yours. You belong to your mind.

  8. I understand this, but I just don't think "the ship of Theseus" would help people in their thoughts of who they are and if a clone of them is them (as an example). I think we all could come to an agreement that one boat would be a copy/replica in the case of Theseus and one persons body would be a copy/replica in the case of the clone. But to compare the consciousness to a physical thing is really iffy. But this is only MY take on this paradox which I solely rely on if the person identifies them self from their consciousness ie: their memories and demeanor; and not their…. everything such as their heart, chest, lungs, toes and so on. (I'm pretty sure I made a mess ton grammatical errors in this. Please feel free to correct me)

  9. Who- an eternal being who's not alternates during the years (but can be raised or lowered according to the paths i choose)
    Am- above the concept of time which is a creation of God just as everything in this world.
    I – a sole- a piece of God who can't be seen with a flesh eyes, and resting inside a flesh body which it's job is to allow her to be able to act and live in this material world.

    her job is to not ignore her creator, and live life as he told the world when he reveled himself to the sons of Israel exactly 3333 years ago, and gave us the manual to life here. that, despite the temptations and the natural attraction of the body to the earthy stuff.
    and by that I'll get from God to elevate and to live a good and happy life seeing God's help in this world and to collect my real unimaginable price in the eternal world.
    and so can you💚 so help us God

  10. The real ship is the original. Even if the man took all the pieces and put it together again it’s the same ship but at the same time different

  11. I think only the self-aware, individual consciousness is what remains same throughout and that helps us create an illusion of a persistent same self apart from it there’s nothing that can said to represent “ourselves” if there is any fixed self anyway.

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