come in philosophy ppl, i came accross these paradoxes,
i will post them regularly, lets discuss them one by one,
1) Ship of Theseus
There once was a ship whose captain was named Theseus. This ship was made of a large number of parts. One day (we’ll call this day D1) Theseus and his crew set out on a long voyage. On D1, the Ship of Theseus consisted of a determinate set of physical parts. As the voyage moved along, the crew recognized that they would occasionally have to make repairs to the ship, sometimes throwing old planks overboard and replacing them with new planks. After a long while, on Day 9127, it turns out the crew had replaced every part of the ship and there were no longer any original parts left. The question that naturally arises here is whether the Ship of Theseus on D9127 is the same ship as the Ship of Theseus on D1, even though they share none of the same physical parts.
so the question is, if this remains the same ship on day 9127(x) as it was on the day it started its journey? if all the parts are eventually replaced with another.
throw away ur opinions.
Paradox 2 added in Post # 21