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

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              aliqua priùs declarata, vbi ſcilicèt quærebatur qua­
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              re vrinatores in profundo maris ingentem
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              aquæ incumbentis non percipiunt, diximus hoc pro­
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              uenire, ex eo, quòd partes aquæ fluidæ æquali niſu
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              grauitatis comprimunt vndequaque corpus anima­
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              lis demerſum, nempè è parte ſuprema infima, & col­
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              laterali, quia ibidem oſtendimus, quòd impulſio, at­
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              que compreſſio in vno peculiari loco facta luxatio­
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              nem, rupturam, contuſionemque efficere poteſt, &
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              è contra ſi eadem virtus compreſſiua multiplicetur,
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              vt vndique impellat,
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              corpus animalis,
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              tunc oſtendimus nedùm noxam doloremque non au­
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              geri, ſed è contrà nullam luxationem, neque contu­
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              ſionem, & proinde nullam paſſionem dolorificam̨
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              procreari poſſe. </s>
              <s id="s.001398">Et hoc euidentiſſimum eſt ex ſupe­
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              riùs demonſtratis. </s>
              <s id="s.001399">Præterea diximus, quòd licèt in­
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              ſignis luxatio, & diuiſio continui ab vniuerſali illą
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              compreſſione fluidi non ſubſequatur, non tamen ne­
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              gari poteſt conſtrictio quædam totius corporis, quæ
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              quidem in profundo oceani oportet vt ſentiatur, ob
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              nouitatem; at in aere nullo pacto animal ab vniuer­
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              ſali eius compreſſione conſtrictioneque vllam paſ­
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              ſionem percipere debet ob aſſuetudinem, ab ipſo e­
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              nim ortu animalia ſemper eadem veſte aerea
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                tur</expan>
              conſtringunturque, proindeque nullam mutatio­
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              nem in ipſo animali aeris compreſſio producit, &
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              propterea cenſet à nulla vi ambiente conſtringi, aut
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              comprimi, igitur à prædicta vi compreſſiua carnes,
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              vaſa, & viſcera patiuntur conſtrictionem quamdam, </s>
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