Galilei, Galileo, The systems of the world, 1661

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              <s>GALILÆUS
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              Galilæus Lyncæus,
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              HIS
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              SYSTEME
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              OF THE
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              WORLD.</s>
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              <s>The Firſt Dialogue.</s>
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              INTERLOCVTORS.
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              <s>SALVIATUS, SAGREDUS, and SIMPLICIUS.</s>
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              <s>SALVIATUS.</s>
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              <s>It was our yeſterdayes reſolution, and a­
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              greement, that we ſhould to day diſcourſe
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              the moſt diſtinctly, and particularly we
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              could poſſible, of the natural reaſons, and
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              their efficacy that have been hitherto al­
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              ledged on the one or other part, by the
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              maintainers of the Poſitions,
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              Aristotelian,
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              and
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              Ptolomaique
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              ; and by the followers </s>
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              of the
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              Copernican Syſteme
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              : And becauſe
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              Copernicus
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              placing the Earth among the moveable Bodies of Hea­
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              ven, comes to conſtitute a Globe for the ſame like to a Planet; it
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              would be good that we began our diſputation with the examina­
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              tion of what, and how great the energy of the
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              Peripateticks
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              ar­
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              guments is, when they demonſtrate, that this
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              Hypotheſis
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              is impoſ­</s>
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