Chrysippus

Chrysippus, a Greek philosopher, born at Soli, in Cilicia, and lived in Athens; specially skilled in dialectic; the last and greatest expounder and defender of the philosophy of the Stoa, so pre-eminent, that it was said of him, “If Chrysippus were not, the Stoa were not”; is said to have written 705 books, not one of which, however, has come down to us save a few fragments (280-208 B.C.). See Stoicism.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Chrysëis * Chrysolo`ras
Christology
Christophe, Henri
Christopher, St.
Christopher North
Christopher's, St.
Christ's Hospital
Chromatics
Chroniclers, The Rhyming
Chronicles i
Chrysëis
Chrysippus
Chrysolo`ras
Chrysostom, St. John
Chubb, Thomas
Chunder Sen
Chuquisa`ca
Church, Richard William
Church, States of the
Churchill, Charles
Churchill, Lord Randolph
Chuzzlewit, Martin

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