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

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              Cap. 2. de
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              momentis
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              grauium in
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              fluido inna­
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              tantium.</s>
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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 pon­
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              derat.</s>
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              Quodlibet corpus fluidum eorum quæ innituntur
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              ſuperficiei Telluris graue eſt, exercetque
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              vim ſuæ grauitatis etiam dum in
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              proprio loco, & in ipſomet
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              fluido vniuerſali ſui
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              generis conſiſtit,
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              ac quieſcit.
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              CAP. III.
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              <s id="s.000158">SVppoſuimus cum Archimede aquam, & reliquą
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              corpora fluida terram ambientia vi propriæ gra
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              uitatis compreſſionem vniformem exercere verſus
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              centrum telluris, ex quo ſubindè fit vt ſphæricè circa
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              terræ centrum diſponantur. </s>
              <s id="s.000159">præterea ſuppoſuimus
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              cum eodem Archimede partes eiuſdem fluidi minùs
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              preſſas expelli ac ſubleuari ſurſum à partibus
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              fluidi magis compreſſis, & grauatis; ex qua hypothe­
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              ſi deducitur quodliber fluidum, veluti aqua eſt, gra­
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              uitatem habere eamque exercere etiam in proprio
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              loco, & naturali regione, ſcilicèt aquam ipſam dum in
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              tota aqua quieſcit tunc quoque grauitatem exercere
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              ſubiecta corpora comprimendo.
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              Ex Archi­
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              mede dedu­
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              cunt aquam
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              in ipsa aqua
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              non grauita­
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              re, & id
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              Peripatetici
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              affirmaret.</s>
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              <s id="s.000161">Hoc autem à plurimis negatur qui putant Archi­
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              medem oppoſitum ſenſiſſe. </s>
              <s id="s.000162">idipſum quoque negant
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              aliqui peripatetici qui cenſent non ſemper verum̨
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              eſſe quòd partes ſuperiores corporis grauis compri­
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              mant, & vim inferant inferioribus, & contiguis, niſi
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              infimæ partes leues ſint abſolutè, vel reſpectiuè, vnde </s>
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