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

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              Cap. 6. non
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              PROP. CXXVII.
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              Primò dico falſum eſſe æquè facilè corpus tenſum dum ſe re­
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              ducit aliud corpus cui contiguum eſt ſecum adducere,
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              ac corpus compreſſum aliud corpus à ſe
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              amouere.
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              <s id="s.001373">QVia neceſſitas huius operationis patet ex eo
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              quòd corpus moueri non poteſt ad locum al­
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              terius corporis occupandum, niſi expellat illud ibi
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              degens, cùm duo corpora in eodem loco poni noņ
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              poſſint; at quod corpus dum mouetur recedendo ab
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              alterius corporis loco trahere ſecum adhærendo de­
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              beat corpus poſticè ſibi contiguum à cuius contactu
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              conatur recedere, & cui non colligatur glutine, fu­
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              ne, aut alio vinculo, nedùm gratis aſſeritur,
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              om­
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              ninò impoſſibile videtur, & omnem captum ſuperat.
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              <s id="s.001374">Cùm verò ait
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              naturæ
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              eſſe vt corpora mundana
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              ſint partes vniuerſi
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              hoc planè ei conceditur, ſed nego,
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              quòd
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              partes, quæ totum componunt, coniunctæ eſſe debeant,
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              & quod aliàs partes non eſſent ſi ſeorſim eſſe poſſent;
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              nam
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              partes exercitus diſcretæ ſunt, & tamen totum exer­
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              citum componunt. </s>
              <s id="s.001375">Similiter plures lineolę diſcretæ
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              totam longitudinem palmarem componere poſſent,
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              non ſecùs ac ſi
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              directæ, vel tortuoſæ eſſent.
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              <s id="s.001376">Et noto, quòd nomine coniunctionis hìc non intelli­
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              gitur vnio, & connexio omninò firma, ſed ſimplex
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              contactus partium, qualis eſt ille quo aceruus arenæ,
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              & granorum tritici connectitur; nam aqua à
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