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

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              hoc autem Peripatetici numquam probarunt. </s>
              <s id="s.002722">& ſi re­
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              uerà aqua in tali caſu impelleretur ab aliqua cauſą
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              phyſica ſursùm, tunc non per ſe, ſed per accidens
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              accurreret ad replendam illam inanitatem; per ſe ve­
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              rò moueretur ob neceſſitatem violentiæ, & impulſus,
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              quem ei infert cauſa impellens. </s>
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              Cap. 12. dę
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              vacui neceſ­
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              ſitate.</s>
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              <s id="s.002724">Quod, vt clariùs percipiatur, in
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              apponantur
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              duo pondera inæqualia, & minori ponderi ſuperpo­
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              natur palma manus à qua flexio libræ prohibeatur,
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              procùl dubio ſenſim ſubleuata manu minus pondus
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              pariter ſubleuabitur manui adhærendo; tunc ſi ex eo
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              quod minus pondus aſcendere videtur, quis inferret
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              proptèr bonum vniuerſi idipſum graue obliuiſci pro­
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              prię naturę, & ſursùm accurrere ad replendum ſpa­
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              tium, prauè profectò, & peruersè ratiocinaretur,
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              propterea quòd aſcenſus producitur à cauſa phyſica,
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              & neceſſaria, nempè à maiori pondere contrapoſito;
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              finge modò maius pondus in prædicta bilance obue­
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              latum eſſe, tunc ſi aliundè conſtet euidentèr ibi ope­
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              rari maius pondus, licèt
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              ſit,
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              eſſet confugere ad miracula, & ad machinas, tribuen­
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              do | ſenſum, & perceptionem prudentem minori pon­
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              deri ſubleuato, vt velit medicinam afferre imminenti
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              malo vniuerſi; igitur tota vaſta moles horum
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                torum</expan>
              in nihilum abibit, ſi oſtenderimus aquam, &
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              cætera grauia quando aſcendunt ad
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              verè, & realitèr impelli in
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              , vel ſiphone à maiori
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              pondere contrapoſito, quod ſemper adeſt, & opera­
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              tur in tali caſu, & ſic aſcenſus
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              habeat
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              neceſ-</s>
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