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

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              remus. </s>
              <s id="s.000395">Præcipua eius ratio hæc eſt, quia reperiun­
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              tur duo loca contraria in natura ſursùm, & deorsùm,
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              ſcilicèt circumferentia, & centrum mundi, ſeu ter­
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              ræ; & euidentèr apparet, quòd terra infima eſt, &
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              ſubiacet omnibus alijs corporibus
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              deducit, ergo terra eſt abſolutè, & ſimplicitèr gra­
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              uis, & non relatiuè. </s>
              <s id="s.000396">E contrà videmus aerem pene­
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              trare denſitatem ipſius aquæ, & aſcendere ſuper
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              ,
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              & ignem perforare
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              aquę, tùm aeris, per­
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              ducique ad ſupremam, & extremam ſuperficiem ae­
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              ris, veluti ad locum ſuum
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              ſupremum, vbi
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              <s id="s.000397">Et quia, in­
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              quit, ignis omnibus ſupereminet, igitur eſt ſimpli­
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              citèr, & abſolutè leuis; terra omnibus ſubijcitur, igi­
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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.000399">Vt verò vim, & energiam Ariſtotelici ratiocinij
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              percipiamus, & exactè perpendamus, oportet vt ſta­
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              tum controuerſiæ memoremus, ſcilicèt theſim Pla­
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              tonis, atque Democriti, quam Ariſtoteles redargue­
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              re profitetur, ante oculos ponamus, & poſtea argu­
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              mentum ab Ariſtotele adhibitum conſideremus. </s>
              <s id="s.000400">Et
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              primò ratum perſpectumque eſt duplici modo fieri
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              poſſe vt ignis ſursùm perducatur, & ſuper omnia e­
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              lementa emineat, aut nempè quia ignis ſponte ſuą
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              mouetur ſursùm à principio intrinſeco, & naturali,
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              ſcilicèt à leuitate, vel potiùs, quia ibidem ignis ex-</s>
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