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

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              dolor compreſſiuus animalis vitari poſſet, quando­
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              Cap. 3. flui­
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              dum in ſuo
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              toto quie­
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              ſcens ponde­
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              <s id="s.000306">Vt verò fallacia huius ratiocinij detegatur.
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              Sed licèt lu­
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              xatio non
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              ,
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              ſaltem con­
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              tuſio, & dif­
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              fractio par­
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              tium anima­
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              lis conſequi
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              debere vi­
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              PROP. XXX.
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              Scisſio conſequens actionem Cunei, vel ſecuris
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              declaratur.
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              <s id="s.000310">EFfectus conſequens ad actionem cunei, & aciei
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              ſecuris, ſciſſio nuncupari ſolet, quæ efficitur
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              propterea, quòd dum cuneus intra corpus ſciſſilę
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              inſinuatur, huius partes hinc in de lateralitèr mouen­
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              tur, & ab inuicem ſeparantur: hinc fit, quòd ſi par­
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              tes ſubiecti corporis minimè lateralitèr moueri poſ­
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              ſent, neque cuneus penetraret, nec ſciſſio fieret:
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              triplici verò modo motus laterales ſubiecti corporis
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              impediri poſſunt, primò, ſi gluten, quo partes ſubie­
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              cti corporis colligantur, fuerit immenſæ virtutis, &
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              arctiſſimæ vnionis, & duritiei; ſecundò, ſi prædictæ
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              partes inter ſe diuiſæ, vt arena,
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              intra vas
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              duriſſimum, cuius parietes cuilibet impulſui reſiſte­
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              rent, nec præterea partes contenti corporis ſuble­
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              uari ſursùm poſſent, tunc profectò nec penetratio
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              cunei, nec ſciſſio efficeretur; tertiò, ſi vaſe remoto
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              adhiberentur vires impulſiuæ lateralitèr contrariæ
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              officium vaſis ſupplentes, tunc ſimilitèr ſciſſio im­
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              pediretur. </s>
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