Definition of Theseus
OTHER WORDS FROM TheseusThe·se·an [thi-see-uhn], /θɪˈsi ən/, adjective
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How to use Theseus in a sentence
Pondering personal identity by way of the Ship of Theseus thought experiment.We created a pandemic pod for our high schoolers. It was just what we all needed.|Sara Lippmann, Holly Ojalvo|June 4, 2021|Washington Post
They discuss the age-old puzzle of Theseus’ ship and conclude that the thing that makes any being who looks like Vision actually Vision is the memories that Vision has within him.
How did you map out what Eric and Jen would say and discover and where, with relation to the text of Ship of Theseus?
After that, I went off on my own to draft the rest of Ship of Theseus.
And, just below, is a brief mention of Hippolyta, who had been wedded to Theseus.
Contre-houses, houses of his country, homes (used of Theseus and his army).
I shall, therefore, send you one from either the Theseus or the Limerick, and fill up his place with a new-comer.A Roving Commission|G. A. Henty
The fifth act restores the lower stage and the palace of Theseus.Shakespeare's Christmas Gift to Queen Bess|Anna Benneson McMahan
Theseus fixes "this day fifty wekes" for the rendezvous at Athens, so that the tournament seems to fall in April.