Chrysippus

(280-209 B.C.) One of the leaders of the Stoic School, whose voluminous writings have been completely lost. In many respects he deviated from the Stoic speculative course; for instance, he combined the principle of natural necessity, or determinism, with the doctrine of Providence. -- R.B.W.
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Chrysippus

Chrysippus was an ancient Greek philosopher belonging to Cilicia, who lived about 282 to 209 BC. He was the principal opponent of the Epicureans, and is said to have written 700 different works, mostly of a dialectical character; but only a variety of fragments have survived.
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Chrysippus

Greek philosopher from Soli (Soloi) who was the principal systematizer of Stoic philosophy. He is considered to have been, with Zeno, cofounder of ... [5 related articles]
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