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

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              particulas ſalis, & aliorum corporum. </s>
              <s id="s.000327">Modò oſſa in
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              animali diſrumpi, aut iuxari non poſſunt, vt oſten­
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              ſum eſt Prop. 29. niſi pondus incumbens ex vną
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              parte tantum comprimat, vt contingit in baiulis; at
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              ſi compreſſio ſubdiuidatur, vt ſphæricè, ſursùm, &
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              deorsùm, & lateraliter æqualibus viribus
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              ,
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              ita vt nulla cutis particula libera à preſſione ſit, tunc
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              quidem eſt impoſſibile vt ſciſſio, vel luxatio ſubſe­
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              quatur; idipſum dicendum eſt de neruis, ac mu­
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              ſculis, qui licèt ſint molles,
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              quia
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              ex fibris
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              conſiſtentibus, & tenaciſſimis, fit vt vniuersè poſſint
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              ſe viciſſim fulcire, & reſiſtere vniuerſali, & ſphæri­
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              cæ compreſſioni: idem dicendum eſt de ſanguine,
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              & alijs humoribus animalis, qui aquæ naturam par­
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              ticipant, & ſicuti aqua manifeſtam condenſationem
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              non patitur, ſic quoque animalis humores in cauita­
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              tibus vaſorum eius contenti contritionem pati qui­
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              dem poſſunt ab impulſu facto ab vnico, vel paucis
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              locis peculiaribus; at ab vniuerſali, & circumqua­
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              que facta compreſſione minimè poſſunt è ſuis vaſis
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              expelli, ac diuelli. </s>
              <s id="s.000328">quotieſcumque igitur partes ſo­
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              lidæ, tendinoſæ, aut carnoſæ, aut humorales, ſciſſi­
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              onem, luxationem, contuſionem, aut aliam quam­
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              libet ſitus mutationem non patiuntur eſt impoſſibi­
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              le, vt dolor, aut paſſio in animali ſubſequatur, quæ
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              à nulla alia cauſa, quàm à continui diuiſione creari
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              poteſt. </s>
              <s id="s.000329">Quà propter cùm vrinatores in profundo ma­
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              ris demerſi ab aqua æquali vi vndique compriman­
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              tur, ſupernè ſcilicèt, infernè, & lateralitèr circum-</s>
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