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

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              Cap. 12. dę
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              vacui neceſ­
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              ſitate.</s>
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              PROP. CCXLVII.
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              Si vacuum ſpatium ponatur entitas extenſa, & incorpo­
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              rea debet concedi infinita æterna, & increata.
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              <s id="s.002659">EVidentiſſima profectò eſt nedum exiſtentia na­
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              turæ corporeæ, ſed
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              præcipua eius affectio
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              in definitione tradita. </s>
              <s id="s.002660">Dicimus enim corpus eſſę
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              ſubſtantiam triplicem extenſionem, ſeu
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              habentem, & ſpatium, quod à prædicto corpore oc­
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              cupatur plenum vocare ſolemus, hoc porrò præiu­
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              dicium pendet ex eo, quod in interna alicuius vaſis
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              capacitate poni poteſt modò terra, modò aqua, aut
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              aliud corpus fluidum, ſiue denſum, & dicimus prædi­
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              ctam capacitatem vaſis repleri modò ab vno, modo
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              ab altero corporum prædictorum. </s>
              <s id="s.002661">Hinc concipimus
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              capacitatem
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              vaſis eſſe quid diſtinctum, & diuer­
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              ſum à corporibus id continentèr replentibus. </s>
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              <s id="s.002662">Iam ex præ concepta pleni natura, & aſſectionę
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              ſtatim percipimus vacui, ſeu inanis naturam in eo
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                ſiſtere</expan>
              , vt prędicta vaſis capacitas careat omninò cor­
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              pore quolibet à quo repleri poterat. </s>
              <s id="s.002663">Hoc verò va­
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              cuum duplici modo concipi poteſt, aut enim ſuppo­
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              nitur entitas quædam incorporea non tamen indiui­
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              ſibilis, ſed extenſa, & occupans triplici dimenſione
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              vniuerſam vaſis prędicti capacitatem. </s>
              <s id="s.002664">Alio modo
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                cipi</expan>
              poteſt vt mera priuatio corporum, & abſolutè
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              nihilum. </s>
              <s id="s.002665">priori modo conceditur à Pythagoricis, De­
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              mocrito, Epicuro, & ab alijs, ratio verò quæ hanc
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              ſententiam ſuadere, & confirmare videtur, eſt quią
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              capacitas illa vaſis per ſe ſumpta, à qua ſiue re ipſa, </s>
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