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Herillus


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Zeno of Citium (c. 335—263 bc)

Chrysippus (c. 280—207 bc)

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Of Carthage, pupil of Zeno (2), who developed Stoic ideas (see Stoicism) in a distinctive way which lost currency and came to seem unorthodox after Chrysippus' writings established Stoic orthodoxy. ...

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