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

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              ſariò exiſtentiam ſubſtantiæ corporeæ includere, &
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              indicare credebat, neque ſuaderi potuit fieri poſſe,
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              vt dimenſiones quas in ſpatio inani imaginamur ſint
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              non quid reale, & ſubſtantiale, ſed merè ens fictum,
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              Cap. 12. dę
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              vacui neceſ­
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              ſitate.</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.002797">Alij aiunt à vacuo impediri diffuſionem lucis, &
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              influxuum celeſtium: præterea partes vniuerſi nullą
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              alia de cauſa partes eius cenſeri, niſi quia vnitatem, &
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              perfectionem mundi conſtituunt, hæ verò ſi diuiſæ
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              eſſent per vacuum partes eius non eſſent, quare va­
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              cuum quatenus mundi vnitatem perfectionemquę
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              diſſoluit, dari non poſſe concludunt. </s>
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              Nona argu­
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              tra vacuum</s>
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              <s id="s.002799">Reſponderi poteſt benè in vacuo diffuſionem lu­
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              cis, & influxuum fieri poſſe; nam per vacuum motus
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              corporum fieri diximus, quibus prædictæ actiones
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              perfici queunt; præterea nego mundi vniuerſitatem
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              continuam partium vnionem habere neceſſariò de­
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              bere, poterit enim vocari mundus perfectus, & vnus
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              licet plures porulos vacuos habeat, ſicuti animal per­
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              fectum, & vnum dicimus licet non ſit omninò conti­
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              nuum, & habeat innumeras poroſitates. </s>
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              <s id="s.002800">Tandem recentiores aliqui ad hominem contrą
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              vacui aſſertores ſic arguunt. </s>
              <s id="s.002801">Si aer nulla alia de cauſa
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              condenſatur, & rarefit, niſi quia vacua intercepta,
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              aut ſtrictiora, aut ampliora efficiuntur, cum aer inef­
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              fabilem rarefactionem, & condenſationem patiatur,
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              eo quod in ſtatu rariſſimo occupet ſpatium ferè bis
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              millies maius quam in ſtatu maximæ condenſationis,
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              ſequitur quod pars ſolida, & plena aeris ſit vna pars </s>
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