Philosophical Principles of Religion: Natural and Revealed: in Two Parts. Containing the elements of natural philosophy ... ... .... Containing the nature and kinds of infinites...... ..., 第 1-2 篇
G. Strahan, 1715
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abſolute abſolute Infinite Aétion alſo Analogy of Things Animal ariſing Arteries Atmoſphere becauſe Beſides Blood Bodies Caſe Cauſe Celeſtial Chyle Circumſtances Coheſion Comets conſequently conſider conſiderable conſiſts conſtant Conſtitution Corollary cou’d Courſe Creatures demonſtrated Denſities deſcribe Deſign Deſire Diſtances Earth eaſily elſe encreaſe equal eſſential Exiſtence Faculties finite firſt fix’d Stars Fluid Force Gravitation greateſt Heat himſelf impoſſible Inſtances juſt laſt Laws leaſt leſs Light likewiſe Matter Meaſure Mechaniſm moſt Motion Muſcles muſt Nature neceſſarily neceſſary neceſſity Number Objećt obſerve Orbits Particles paſs Planets poſitive poſſible preſent Principle produc’d Produćtion Propoſition Quantity Rays reaſon relative Infinite Reſiſtance reſpect reſt ſaid ſame ſay ſecond ſee ſeems ſelf Senſe ſenſible ſeparated ſeveral ſhall ſhewn ſhould ſhown ſides ſince ſmall ſolid ſome ſpiritual ſtance ſtate ſtill Subſtance ſuch ſufficient ſuppos'd ſuppoſe ſupreme Infinite Syſtem of Things themſelves theſe thoſe tion Univerſe uſe Veſſels whoſe Wiſdom wiſe wou'd
第 18 頁 - ... an uninterrupted communication of the fame degree of motion from one part of matter to another, in a circle or other curve returning into itfelf, fo that the fame momentum ftill returns undiminifhed upon the firft mover.
第 88 頁 - ... medium or substance, much after the manner that vibrations are propagated in the air for causing sound and move faster than the rays so as to overtake them; and that when any ray is in that part of the vibration which conspires with its motion it easily breaks through a refracting surface, but when it is in the contrary part of the vibration which impedes its motion it is easily reflected; and, by consequence, that every ray is successively disposed to be easily reflected or easily transmitted...
第 58 頁 - ... the surface of the earth, as the square of the semidiameter of the earth to the square of the semidiameter of the orbit. But by what was...
第 336 頁 - The back, for the fecurity of that medullary fubftance that runs down its cavity, is bent after the manner of the catenarian curve. Cheyne. (c.) MEDONA, a river in Friuli, which runs into the Livenza. (a.) MtDUNA, a town in Friuli, i
第 98 頁 - A. The sum of the ten commandments is, To love the Lord our God with all our heart, with all our soul, with all our strength, and with all our mind ; and our neighbour as ourselves.
第 90 頁 - May not the harmony and discord of Colours arise from the proportions of the Vibrations propagated through the Fibres of the optick Nerves into the Brain, as the harmony and discord of Sounds arise from the proportions of the Vibrations of the Air?
第 180 頁 - Thus, the proposition, that the three angles of a triangle are not equal to two right angles...
第 86 頁 - Fragments mould not conftitute a Mafs or Powder of the fame Colour, which the Plate exhibited before it was broken. And the parts of all natural Bodies being like fo many Fragments of a Plate, muft on the fame grounds exhibit the fame Colours.
第 52 頁 - In this state of sublime resignation everything in the shape of attachment goes away completely, except that one all-absorbing love to Him in Whom all things live and move and have their being.