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

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              perationes naturales ab animaſticis, quod illæ cæcą
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              quadam neceſſitate perpetuò, & inceſſantèr fiunt,
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              verò quando neceſſitas exigit, vt compreſſio, & mo­
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              tus deorsùm grauium ſemper exercetur, nec quando
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              ignis v. g. aquam deſtruere conatur, quia vrget ne­
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              ceſſitas, aqua vnquam aufugit, & periculum euitare
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              conatur: & in ſumma non poteſt excogitari modus
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              quomodo aqua tunc ſolummodo obliuiſcatur pro­
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              priæ naturæ, & ſursùm aſcendat quando periculum̨
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              imminet ne vacuum detur, quod nec aqua percipit,
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              nec habet organa, aut inſtrumenta apta ad
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              hanc nouam operationem in illo caſu tantùm neceſſi­
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              tatis, & toto reliquo tempore id non curet, & ſuam
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              Cap. 12. dę
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              vacui neceſ­
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              ſitate.</s>
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              PROP. CCL.
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              Oſtenditur fallacia argumenti inſinuantis naturam
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              abhorrere.
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              <s id="s.002719">VIdendum modò eſt in quonam conſiſtat defe­
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              ctus ratiocinij peripatetici, cùm aiunt, ſe vi­
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              dere ſemper corpora naturalia accurrere ad impedi­
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              endum vacuum, etiamſi oporteat,
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              eorum natu­
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              ram moueri, ergo vacuum ab ipſa natura abhorretur.
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              <s id="s.002720">Non negatur, id, quod ſenſibus patet, nempè aquam
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              aſcendere quotieſcumque ſpatium ſupremum exi­
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              nanitur, ſed negatur aquam ſponte ſua ſursùm
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                dere</expan>
              propter illum finem, ſcilicèt vt vacuum impedi­
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              at. </s>
              <s id="s.002721">& profectò numquam certi eſſe poſſumus, an aqua
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              ſponte ſursùm feratur in illo caſu neceſſitatis, niſi
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                ſtet</expan>
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              eam ab alia cauſa externa
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              impelli ſursùm, </s>
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