Rowing the Same Ship, Twice


Plutarch, Theseus 23.1 “The Athenians preserved the boat—a thirty-oared ship—on which Theseus sailed with his companions and came back safely until the time of Demetrius of Phalerus, changing out the older wood and replacing it with strong, new parts until the ship became a famous example to philosophers of the problem of growth. Some say […]

Rowing the Same Ship, Twice

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