Galilei, Galileo, Discourse concerning the natation of bodies, 1663

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The Authors
confutation of
the Peripateticks
Cauſes of Nata­
tion & Submerſi­
on.
The predomi­
nancy of Ele­
ments in Move­
ables to be con­
ſidered only in
relation to their
excefs or defectus
of Gravity in
reference to the
Medium.
The immedi­
ate Cauſe of Na­
tation is that the
Moveable is leſs
grave than the
Water.
Gravity a
Cauſe moſt per­
ſpicuous to
ſence:
Lib 1. of Na­
tation Prop.
7.
Id. Lib. 1.
Prop.
4.
Id. Lib. 1:
Prop.
3.
THEOREME V.
The Expanſi­
on of Figure, re­
tards the Veloci­
ty of the aſcent
or deſcent of the
Moveable in the
water; but doth
not deprive it of
all Motion.

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