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

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              perationes non fiunt ſponte, ſed violentèr, tunc pro­
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              tunciari debeat prædictas operationes à natura, at­
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              que à principio naturali factas non eſſe. </s>
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              Cap. 4. poſi­
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              tiuam leui­
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              tatem noņ
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              dari.</s>
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              <s id="s.000405">Vno verbo, erit quoque naturalis operatio illą,
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              quæ cum aliqua violentia efficitur. </s>
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              PROP. XXXVIII.
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              Licet in aſcenſu ligni per aquam violentia aliqua inter­
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              cedat, nihilominùs operatio tota naturalis erit.
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              <s id="s.000408">HOc autem poteſt confirmari hac ratione; ſi
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              eſſet, quòd quælibet operatio in qua violentia
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              aliqua adhibetur reputari deberet non naturalis, ſe­
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              queretur quòd alterationum corporum
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              pariterque omnium generationum vegetabilium, &
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              animalium nulla eſſet, neque vocari poſſet operatio
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              naturalis, eò quòd ſemper requiritur actio, & paſ­
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              ſio qualitatum, & corruptio præcedentis ſubſtantiæ.
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              <s id="s.000409">Nec tamen dubitandum eſt paſſiones prædictas, &
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              corruptiones, operationes eſſe violentas, non ſpon­
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              te, ſed cum diſplicentia, & paſſione quadam factas,
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              igitur in omnibus prædictis operationibus naturą
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              ipſa violentiam exercet, & propterea confitendum
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              eſt proprium inſtitutum naturæ eſſe violentiam exer­
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              cere, ita vt ſine ipſa nil prorsùs efficere ſciat, neque
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              ſuos fines conſequi valeat. </s>
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              <s id="s.000410">Sed inſtant,
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              eſſe, vt natura deſtruat præ­
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              cedentem formam, cùm ſub ſequens minimè generari
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              poſſit perſeuerante prima, & proindè, inquiunt, pri-</s>
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