Galilei, Galileo, De Motu Antiquiora

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Aristotle, in Book I, text #51 of <i>De Caelo</i> [273b32-274a2] {1} says, Speed is to speed as heaviness is to heaviness.
Aristotle, by text #89 of Book I, of <i>De Caelo</i> [277a33-277b2], shows that things that are moved naturally are not moved by force and through extrusion. {1}
Aristotle, in Book I, text #96 of <i>De Caelo</i> [278b14-15], writes: For as a rule we have called the outermost thing and what is uppermost the heaven. And in text #21 [270b6-8] he says: And the place which is above that is assigned to God. {1}
Aristotle, in Book I, text #5 of <i>De Caelo</i> [268b21-22], says: Now I call upward what is away from the center, but downward what is toward the center. {1}

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