Chrysippus (or Chrysippos) of Soli was a Greek Stoic philosopher.
Although Chrysippus believed in fate, divination, and gods, he believed reason, sympathy, and knowledge were the tools human beings should use when addressing ethical problems.
Chrysippus at the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
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