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Tratado das Cores

Que consta de tres partes: analythica, synthetica, hermeneutica

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Published: 1287
Language: Portugues
Wordcount: 23,082 / 83 pg
LoC Category: QC
Downloads: 472
Added to site: 2010.02.06
mnybks.net#: 26581
Genre: Science
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O Peripateticismo, e a mal fundada hypothesis de Cartesio cedera§ immediatamente ao brilhante systema de Newton, que foi logo abrašado de muitos; e que, a pesar de grandes contradišoens, passa de hum seculo, que he implicitamente seguido de todo o mundo. Se alguma cousa me fez vacillar sobre a concludencia dos Principios, em que se estabelece este Tratado, foi o ver que alguns delles se oppunha§ a parte das sinco Proposišoens, em que Newton fundou a sua doutrina sobres as Cores. Mas as repetidas experiencias, as exactas observašoens, e as naturaes analogias em que se funda§ estes Principios, me fizera§ antepor a forša da evidencia, talvez a mais plausivel de todas as opinioens. E sem aspirar ao proselytismo, farei, em lugar competente, huma succinta comparaša§ das Proposišoens de Newton com os mencionados Principios; ficando sempre a cadahum a inteira liberdade de seguir o que lhe parecer mais bem fundado [NOTA VII.].

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