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

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              ctæ aulæ inanis concedantur inter ſe diſtare, igitur
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              neceſſariò inter eos aliquid intermediet neceſsè eſt,
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              proindeque ſpatium interceptum non erit vacuum. </s>
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              Cap. 12. dę
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              vacui neceſ­
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              ſitate.</s>
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              PROP. CCLVII.
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              Falſum est ſolummodò ea ſe tangere, inter quæ nihil inter­
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              mediat, niſi eorum extremitates coniunctæ fuerint.
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              <s id="s.002788">HVic argumento reſpondetur, verum non eſſę,
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              quòd ea ſe mutuò tangant, inter quæ nihil in­
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              termediat, ſed requiritur altera conditio ad hoc vt
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              contactus fiat, ſcilicèt vt extrema corporum, quæ ſe
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              mutuò tangere debent, ſint ſimul vnita, & coniuncta,
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              ideſt eorum extremitates in eodem ſitu ſpatij mun­
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              dani exiſtant, quando verò hæc conditio deficit, ſci­
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              licèt quando exiſtunt in diuerſis locis, & eorum ex­
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              tremitates non ſunt ſimul, tunc non ſe tangunt du­
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              plici de cauſa, aut quia inter ea intercipitur aliud
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              corpus, nempè aer, aut aqua, aut quia ſeparantur ab
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              ipſomet nihilo, ſeù vacuo, & in vtroque caſu ratio
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              quare non tanguntur eſt quia termini eorum non
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              coniuncti, atque vniti. </s>
              <s id="s.002789">Vnde patet nullitas huius ar­
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              gumenti. </s>
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              PROP. CCLVIII.
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              Nulla ratio ſuadet mundum corporeum infinitum ponere,
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              vt vacuum omninò reijciatur.
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              <s id="s.002792">SAtis ſuperque percipio ante præmiſſam propoſi­
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              tionem conuincere nedùm Peripateticos, ſed
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              etiam eos omnes, qui mundum finitum eſſe
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              ,
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              non verò eos qui mundi vniuerſitatem corpoream̨
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              infinitam, & vndique extenſam eſſe ſibi ſuaſerunt, </s>
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