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

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              moueretur; & hoc
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              quia duo corpora ſe mutuò
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              penetrare
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              poſſunt: igitur ſi obiectum corpus flui­
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              dum fuerit, ſaltem agitari debet lateralitèr vt
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              tranſitum impellenti corpori concedat, & ſi fuerit
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              durum, ac conſiſtens, integrum corpus obiectum di­
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              mouebit id expellendo. </s>
              <s id="s.001366">Si verò corpus ambiens
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              non anteriùs motui eius obijciatur nec ipſum impe­
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              diat, ſed poſticè ei adhæreat, tunc quidem ſi allige­
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              tur fune, vel vncino, alioque conſimili corpore cur­
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              uo, fieri poteſt, vt ad motum agentis etiam
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              corpus ſubſequens transferatur. </s>
              <s id="s.001367">Et hoc quidem ea­
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              dem ratione lumine naturæ deducta euincitur, quia
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              inſtrumenti tractorij pars curua, quæ anteriùs impel­
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              litur ab agente, ob
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              impenetrabilitatem an­
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              teriùs impellitur, & ab eius duritie, & ſoliditate cor­
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              pus poſticè apprehenſum transfertur; at ſi funis, aut
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              vncinus, vel quodlibet aliud organum curuum re­
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              moueatur, non video, neque percipio quomodo
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              mouetur corpus anticum trahere ſecum debeat cor­
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              pus
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              nullo vinculo, nec glutine ſibi
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              Cap. 6. non
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              dari attracti­
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              onem.</s>
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              <s id="s.001369">Sed non deſunt Philoſophi, qui dicant:
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              æquè faci­
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              lè concipi corpus tenſum dum ſeſe reducit, aliud corpus, cui
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              contiguum est ſecum adducere, ac corpus compreſſum aliud
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              corpus à ſe amouere, nec alio fune opus eſt ad hunc finem,
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              cùm enim iuxtà naturæ inſtitutum omnia corpora ſint par­
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              tes vniuerſi, & partes, quæ totum aliquod componunt con­
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              iunctæ eße debeant, alioquin partes non eſſent ſi ſeorſim eſſe
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              poſſent, ideò vnum corpus adhæret alteri.
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