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

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              cua ad partem plenam ipſius aquæ, & permutando,
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              moles vacua aeris ad molem vacuam aquæ maiorem
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              proportionem habebit, quàm moles plena aeris ad
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              molem plenam aquæ, & proindè quęlibet ampla ae­
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              ris moles habebit
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              cauſam alleuiationis
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              aqua, poſito quòd huiuſmodi cauſa ſit vacuum, & è
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              contra in eodemmet aere debilior erit cauſa graui­
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              tatis, quæ ab ipſo pleno, & ab eius menſura deſu­
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              mitur,
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              in grandi illa ſphæra aerea ſimùl
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                mento</expan>
              partis plenæ decies maiori,
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              in exigua pila
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              aquea, ſuperadditur quoque cauſa contraria, nempè
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              alleuiationis, quæ eſt vacuum pluſquam milliès ma­
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              ior, quàm ſit illud quod in ipſa aqua continetur;
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              cùm igitur tàm enormiter excreſcat, & ſuperet pro­
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              portio vacuitatis reliquam proportionem plenitudi­
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              nis in prædictis duobus elementis numquam poterit
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              ampla pila aerea grauior effici ob augmentum eius
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              plenitudinis, & partis materialis, quando ipſa in ſe
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              quoque continet contrariam cauſam, quæ eam
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              reddit multò magis multiplicatam, & hæc eſt inani­
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              tas, & vacuum. </s>
              <s id="s.000384">Eiuſdem farinæ eſt longa illa ſeries
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              argumentorum toties ab Ariſtotele contra antiquos
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              adductorum. </s>
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              Ariſt. ibid.</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.000387">Præterea verum non eſt, aſſignaſſe antiquos ſpa­
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              tio vacuo motum, aut virtutem operandi, ſed
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                modò</expan>
              principio materiali, ac pleno eam concede­
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              bant, quod perſpicuè ex
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              Ariſtotele percipitur,
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              refert enim antiquos poſuiſſe omnia corpora
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                taria</expan>
              grauia, & ponderoſa, ſed magis, aut minùs, </s>
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