> Why have GREEK SMALL LETTER THETA and the the character used to represent
> unvoiced "th", in IPA, unified, when other shared greek/ipa letters
> (e.g. LATIN SMALL LETTER OPEN E / GREEK SMALL LETTER EPSILON) have
> (correctly) not been unified?
This is a bone of contention (along with beta and chi, which you didn't
mention) that is still under discussion. There are differing opinions
among the committee regarding whether the current situation is correct
or whether a disunification is warranted.
> (who would like to turn Greek thetas into "th" and Latin thetas into
> "T", but can't tell the difference)
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