Benedetti, Giovanni Battista de, Io. Baptistae Benedicti ... Diversarvm specvlationvm mathematicarum, et physicarum liber : quarum seriem sequens pagina indicabit ; [annotated and critiqued by Guidobaldo Del Monte]

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EPISTOLAE.
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                  quamuis
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                  ſiue
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                  ſit, nihilominus propter obſtaculum plumbi ſub
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                  ipſo poſiti, efficit vt radij viſuales repercuſſi reuertantur. ita etiam quamuis aqua ſit
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                  corpus tranſparens, nihilominus propter obſtaculum terræ opacæ, quæ ſubſidet in
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                  fundo maris efficere poteſt obſcuras partes illas ſub aqua, illis hominibus qui in
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                  ipſa aqua mèrguntur.</s>
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                  <s xml:id="echoid-s4715" xml:space="preserve">In hac ſecunda ratione decipitur Piccolhom. </s>
                  <s xml:id="echoid-s4716" xml:space="preserve">Primum quia ſi vſque ad imam par
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                  tem maris, Solis radius ferri poſſet, ille qui ibi eſſet, attollens oculos ſurſum Solem
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                  cerneret, </s>
                  <s xml:id="echoid-s4717" xml:space="preserve">deinde aſpiciendo ipſum fundum Maris, videret illum, ratione reflexio-
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                  nis luminis ab ipſo fundo, & ex eadem ratione ſpeculi ab ipſo adducta, quæ contra
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                  ipſum eſt.</s>
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                  <s xml:id="echoid-s4718" xml:space="preserve">Decipitur etiam cum dicatradios viſuales à ſpeculo ſeu plumbo repercuti, eo
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                  non radij viſuales ſunt hi qui reflectuntur, ſed ſunt radij luminoſi primarij, ſeu ſecun
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                  darij qui non ab oculis exeunt ſed à corpore lucido.</s>
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                  <s xml:id="echoid-s4719" xml:space="preserve">Scripſi etiam quod ſi verum eſſet proportionalitatem continuam
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                  ele-
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                  mentorum ex proportione decupla conſtare, ignem pro maximo, terram verò pro
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                  minimo terminorum ſumentes, totum aggregatum ex terra, aqua, aere, & igne, ita
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                  eſſet maius terra, quemadmodum mille centum & vndecim ad vnum, vnde ſemidia
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                  meter regionis elementaris eſſet quaſi aut paulo maior decuplo ſolum ſemidiame-
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                  tro terræ, vnde inter conuexum ignis, & concauum minimi, ſeu inferioris orbis lu-
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                  naris, relinqueretur quidam orbis vacuus ſpiſſitudinis vnius interualli plus quam vi-
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                  ginti terræ ſemidiametrorum, quod ſpatium vacuum orbiculariter, maius exi-
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                  ſteret ipſa totali regione elementari plus quam trigeſies millies, immo ſi ſemidia
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                  meter dicti primi orbislunaris maior eſſet terreſtri vt trigintanouem ad unum,
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                  orbis vacuus maior eſſet elementari regione plus quam .58208. ad vnum, proportio
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                  nalitatem igitur continuam quæ ex decupla proportionalitate reſultat in elementis
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                  eſſe putare eſt maximus error.</s>
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                  <s xml:id="echoid-s4720" xml:space="preserve">Subdit deinde Berga, hoc voluiſſe Platonem neceſſario requiri, vt extrema ele-
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                  menta, nempeignis & terra cum duobus medijs aere, & aqua coniungerentur, cum in
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                  corporibus ſolidis (quaſi Bergę ſint quædam corpora quæ ſolida non extent) poſſit
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                  dari medium æquale in geometrica proportione.</s>
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                  <s xml:id="echoid-s4721" xml:space="preserve">Sed vbi Plato ad ſermonem de numero elementorum ſe confert, poſtquam ra-
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                  tione creationis ignis, & terrę ſe propoſuiſſe putat, vt
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                  de alijs duobus corporibus
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                  medijs probet, comparatione proportionalitatis continuæ geometricæ in tribus ter-
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                  minis, ratione rerum ſuperficialium primò, deinde in quatuor, ratione corporearum
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                  vtitur, ita dicens.</s>
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                  <s xml:id="echoid-s4722" xml:space="preserve">Vinculorum verò ideſt aptiſſimum atque pulcherrimum quod exſe, & ex ijs quę
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                  aſtringunt, quam maximè vnum efficit,
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                  <s xml:id="echoid-s4723" xml:space="preserve">Quo in loco Plato inſerre vult de proportionalitate geometrica trium termino-
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                  rum, in qua ijdem ita ſe habent, vt medius, primi,
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                  vice fungatur, ita vt vtriuſ-
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                  que ipſorum extremorum particeps fiat, cum productum quod à medio termino in
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                  ſeipſo progignitur idem ſit ei quod ab extremis fuit, vnde medius, potentia idem eſt
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                  quod productum ab extremis.</s>
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                  <s xml:id="echoid-s4724" xml:space="preserve">Subdit deinde Plato dicens.</s>
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                  <s xml:id="echoid-s4725" xml:space="preserve">Quando enim in tribus numeris, aut molibus, aut viribus, medium ita ſe habet
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                  ad poſtremum vt primum ad medium,
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                  vt poſtremum cum medio, ita me-
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                  dium cum primo congruit, </s>
                  <s xml:id="echoid-s4726" xml:space="preserve">tunc quod medium eſt, & primum fit &
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                  , po-
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                  ſtremum quoque, & primum & media fiunt.</s>
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