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  Chrysippus   of Soli - Stoic philosopher, 3rd century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
280/39 The birth of the philosopher Chrysippus.
279/20 Apollonius the father of Chrysippus moves from Tarsus to Soli.
240/18 Chrysippus is taught by Arcesilaus.
239/10 togenes of Cnidus is a slave of Chrysippus, and doctor to Antigonus.
231/3 Chrysippus attends the lectures of Cleanthes.
214/3 Chrysippus attends the lectures of Lacydes.
206/2 Chrysippus becomes an Athenian citizen.
206/3 Chrysippus purges himself with hellebore.
206/4 Sayings of Chrysippus.
206/5 remarks on the character of Chrysippus, who was famous for his skill
206/6 The death of the philosopher Chrysippus; his successor as head of the
DIOGENES LAERTIUS, Life of Chrysippus
Aelian:Fr_1   {1 DF} & & STOBAEUS & Chrysippus of Soli lived on very
Aelian:Fr_81   unjustly. Indeed Chrysippus says that someone went down
Apollod:Fr_46   DiogLaert_7'184 & The death of Chrysippus. [48] & DiogLaer
Athen_6.267   cestors. [93.] But Chrysippus says that there is a differe
Athen_8.354   was a fellow-pupil with Chrysippus in the school of Clean
Athen_11.464   art. That word 'madness,' as Chrysippus says in his Introduction the
Athen_13.565   of Alexander, [565] as Chrysippus tells us in the fourth
Athen_14.616   chattering. And Chrysippus the philosopher in the fifth
Athen_14.659   him Tettix. And Chrysippus the philosopher thinks the
Athen_15.686   And that admirable writer Chrysippus says that perfumes myra
Cic:Acad_2.73   this philosopher before Cleanthes or Chrysippus or the rest of the
Cic:Acad_2.75   in them, when I have Chrysippus, supposed to be a buttress
Cic:Acad_2.87   our school but also by Chrysippus ; of whom the Stoics
Cic:Acad_2.93   he, 'for the policy of Chrysippus is, when questioned step by
Cic:Acad_2.96   are the inventions of Chrysippus, and even he himself
Cic:Acad_2.138   do you give me ? Chrysippus often solemnly avows that from
Cic:Acad_2.140   : and on this issue Chrysippus, as far as I for
Cic:Acad_2.143   diverges a foot's length from Chrysippus. [47.] Why then are we
Cic:DeOr_1.50   plainly and drily, as Chrysippus, whom they celebrate as
Cic:Rep_3.12   great or remarkable from Chrysippus, who has his own
Cic:Tusc_1.108   the best kind of interment. Chrysippus, who is curious in all
Cic:Tusc_3.52   that it appeared so to Chrysippus, "Whatever falls out unexpected is
Cic:Tusc_3.59   writes, used to blame Chrysippus for commending these verses
Cic:Tusc_3.61   of assistance. From whence Chrysippus thinks that grief is
Cic:Tusc_3.76   practice of the Cyrenaics. But Chrysippus thinks that the main thing
Cic:Tusc_3.79   have borne them. As to Chrysippus's method, it is certainly founded
Cic:Tusc_4.9   [5.] M. Because, Chrysippus and the Stoics, when they
Cic:Tusc_4.23   the Stoics, especially Chrysippus, give themselves unnecessary
Cic:Tusc_4.53   fewer words according to Chrysippus: (for the above definitions
Cic:Tusc_4.63   I used this, notwithstanding Chrysippus's advice to the contrary,
Cic:Tusc_5.107   Theophrastus, Zenon, Cleanthes, Chrysippus, Antipater, Carneades, Panaetius,
DiogLaert_7.1   Egyptian clematis, as Chrysippus relates in the first
DiogLaert_7.34   is his work we are assured by Chrysippus, in his Republic
DiogLaert_7.35   fifth was a disciple of Chrysippus, who wrote very few
DiogLaert_7.39   was followed in it by Chrysippus, in the first book of
DiogLaert_7.40   this he is followed by Chrysippus, and Archidemus, and
DiogLaert_7.50   tion, alloiōsis, as Chrysippus states in the twelfth
DiogLaert_7.60   complete idea; or, as Chrysippus says in his treatise
DiogLaert_7.62   the other, and it is, as Chrysippus explains it, concerned
DiogLaert_7.65   depends upon itself; as Chrysippus explains it in his Dia
DiogLaert_7.68   thers are not simple; as Chrysippus, and Archedemus, and
DiogLaert_7.71   bined proposition is, as Chrysippus states, in his Dialect
DiogLaert_7.79   different people; but Chrysippus enumerates five kinds,
DiogLaert_7.101-103 *   treatise on Goods, and Chrysippus asserts the same princ
DiogLaert_7.111   ations are judgments, as Chrysippus contends in his work
DiogLaert_7.120-122 *   offences are equal, as Chrysippus argues in the fourth
DiogLaert_7.125-131 *   them all are common, as Chrysippus affirms in the first
DiogLaert_7.134-143 *   in his essay on Atoms, Chrysippus in the first book of
DiogLaert_7.148-150 *   rld, and the heaven; and Chrysippus agrees with this doctr
DiogLaert_7.157   they are burnt up; but Chrysippus says that it is only
DiogLaert_7.159   parents. [159] And Chrysippus says, in the second book of
DiogLaert_7.179-187 *   RYSIPPUS [179] {1} Chrysippus was the son of Apollonius,
DiogLaert_7.202   remainder of the life of Chrysippus is lost.] Book 10 &rar
DiogLaert_7.54-57 *   from a real object, as Chrysippus asserts in the twelfth
DiogLaert_7.84-92 *   is the one laid down by Chrysippus, and Archedemus, and
DiogLaert_10.3   generally go under the name of Chrysippus. [4] And Poseido
DiogLaert_10.26   tings he was rivalled by Chrysippus, as Carneades asserts,
Lucian:Macr_20   Academy, eighty-five; Chrysippus, eighty-one; Diogenes
Phld:Sto_11   . by [some], as also Chrysippus calls him in his '[On
Phld:Sto_17   and of Cleanthes and of Chrysippus; and in particular it [seems
Phld:Sto_37   very distinguished . . . Chrysippus [ of Soli ], the
Phld:Sto_46   in his 'Sepulchre of Chrysippus' previously studied with Sphaerus.
Plut:Arat_1   The philosopher Chrysippus, my dear Polycrates, seems
ValMax_8.7e.10   terminated the life of Chrysippus, yet he was not
ValMax_8.7e.11   a diligent hearer of Chrysippus; and until your ninety-ninth
ValMax_8.7e.5   was going to dispute with Chrysippus, he purged his body beforehand

  Chrysippus 2   - son of Pelops; abducted by Laius
Wikipedia entry
Aelian:NA_6.15 act so in the case of Chrysippus, although, as you your
Athen_13.602 fancy to Pelops' son, Chrysippus, whom he put into his
Athen_13.603 axilla the Sicyonian says that Chrysippus was carried off

  Chrysippus 3   of Cnidus - a doctor, early 3rd century B.C.
DiogLaert_7.186 There was also another Chrysippus, a native of Cnidus,

  Chrysippus   - in documents
CIL_1.2693 edman of Marcus Minucius Chrysippus, slave of Marcus P
Syll_322 Sphodris son of Philinos Chrysippos son of Glaukippos

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