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

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              agitari, eiuſdemque partes varijs modis contorqueri
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              ac moueri. </s>
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              Hoc primò
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              probant ex
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              metallorum
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              fuſione.</s>
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              Cap. 7. dę
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              natura flui­
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              ditatis.</s>
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              <s id="s.001590">Secunda ratio deſumitur ex fermentatione; ſi enim
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              grana aliqua ſalis in fundo aquæ demergantur, aut
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              quælibet alia materia diſſolubilis, & fermentabilis,
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              videmus, quòd citò vniuerſam aquam ſapor, & tinctu­
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              ra illius fermenti inficit, & alterat, hoc autem minimè
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              fieri poſſet, niſi particulæ ſalinæ
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              vniuerſam aquam, quod abſque agitatione partium
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              eiuſdemmet aquæ nullo modo fieri poſſet. </s>
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              Secundò ex
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              one in aqua.</s>
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              PROP. CXLIII.
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              Minutiſsimæ Corporum particulæ ab inuicem diuiſæ
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              læues, & facilè amouibiles, licèt omninò
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              quieſcant, duritiem creare non
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              poſſunt.
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              <s id="s.001594">ET profectò poſito, quòd corpus diuiſum ſit iņ
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              exiguas, & minimas particulas, ſi prædictæ par­
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              tes diuerſimodè reuolutæ, & agitatæ fuerint, negari
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              non poteſt eas apparentiam fluidam repręſentare;
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              ſed non proinde oppoſitum verificatur, ſcilicèt quòd
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              quotieſcumque deeſt agitatio, & motus minimarum
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              alicuius aggregati, idipſum ſit corpus durum,
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              & conſiſtens (vt apertè fatentur aliqui recentiores)
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              præcipua, & propria paſſio corporis duri non eſt eą
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              quam Carteſius affert, ſcilicet quòd omnes eius parti­
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              culæ quieſcant in eodem ſitu in quo degunt; & ratio
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              eſt, quia talis paſſio non conuenit ſolummodò corpo-</s>
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