Borelli, Giovanni Alfonso, De motionibus naturalibus a gravitate pendentibus, 1670

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              ſus nimirùm ſolidi minùs grauis in eo demerſi, &
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              quotieſcumque prædicta extruſio tollitur, aut im­
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              dicti corporis ſolidi, igitur neceſſariò prædicta ex­
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              truſio grauioris fluidi ambientis eſt vera, & legitima
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              tur, cùm fluidum M interlabi,
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              aut excurrere non poſſit infra
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              baſim AB prædictæ columnę ob
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              arctam connexionem contactus
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              baſis AB cum fundo putei DE,
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              licèt ambiens
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              multò gra­
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              uius ſit prædicta
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              lignea,
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              aſcendit. </s>
              <s id="s.001056">E contrà
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              quotieſcumque extruſio fieri poteſt, ſcilicèt quoties
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              fluidum M excurrere poteſt infra baſim AB ob con­
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              cuſſionem, vel minimam dilatationem
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              ſe tangentium, ſeù ob tranſitum per fiſſuram, aut fo­
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              ramen aliquod collaterale, tunc ſubſequitur effectus
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              aſcenſus prædictæ columnæ, igitur neceſſariò extru­
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              ſio facta à grauiori fluido M eſt vera cauſa ſublima­
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              Cap. 4. poſi­
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              tiuam leui­
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              tatem noņ
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              dari.</s>
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              <s id="s.001058">Et hìc ſummopere
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              eſt, hallucina­
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              tionem pendere ex eo quòd tribuitur effectus noņ
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              veræ cauſæ, ſed alij imaginatæ, quoniam
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