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Ideas of Diodorus Cronus, by Text

[Greek, 340 - 284 BCE, Born at Iasos in Caria (in Ionia). Head of the Dialecticians school. Taught Zeno of Citium, who founded Stoicism.]

300BCE works (fragments)
p.45 Conditionals are true when the antecedent is true, and the consequent has to be true
p.102 The Master Argument seems to prove that only what will happen is possible [Epictetus]
p.185 From the necessity of the past we can infer the impossibility of what never happens [White,MJ]
p.227 Thought is unambiguous, and you should stick to what the speaker thinks they are saying [Gellius]