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" For while comets move in very eccentric orbs in all manner of positions, blind fate could never make all the planets move one and the same way in orbs... "
The principles of natural and revealed religion occasionally opened; in a ... - Página 65
por William Warburton (bp. of Gloucester.) - 1753
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Leibniz and Clarke: A Study of Their Correspondence

Ezio Vailati - 1997 - 268 páginas
...23 of the 1 706 Optice: "For while comets move in very eccentric orbits in all manner of positions, blind fate could never make all the planets move one and the same way in orbs concentric, some inconsiderable irregularities excepted which may have arisen from...
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Samuel Clarke: A Demonstration of the Being and Attributes of God: And Other ...

Samuel Clarke - 1998 - 168 páginas
...while comets move in very eccentric orbits in all manner of positions in all parts of the heavens, blind fate could never make all the planets move one and the same way in concentric orbits ... Such a wonderful uniformity in the planetary system must be allowed...
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Cambridge Contributions

Sarah J. Ormrod - 1998 - 228 páginas
...their orbits almost in the same plane, all circling the Sun the same way. In his Opticks he writes: blind fate could never make all the planets move one and the same way in orbits concentrick . . . Such a wonderful uniformity in the planetary system must be the...
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Readings in Modern Philosophy, Vol. 1: Descartes, Spinoza, Leibniz and ...

Roger Ariew, Eric Watkins - 2000 - 313 páginas
...those laws for many ages. For while comets move in very eccentric orbs in all manner of positions, blind fate could never make all the planets move one and the same way in concentric orbs, some inconsiderable irregularities excepted which may have arisen from...
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Correspondence

Gottfried Wilhelm Freiherr von Leibniz, Samuel Clarke - 2000 - 110 páginas
...those laws for many ages. For while comets move in very eccentric orbs in all manner of positions, blind fate could never make all the planets move one and the same way in concentric orbs, some inconsiderable irregularities excepted which may have arisen from...
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Religion, Reason and Nature in Early Modern Europe

R. Crocker - 2001 - 228 páginas
...those Laws for many Ages. For while Comets move in very excentrick orbs in all manner of Positions, blind Fate could never make all the Planets move one and the same way in Orbs concentrick, some inconsiderable Irregularities excepted, which may have risen from...
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Annotated Readings in the History of Statistics

H.A. David, A.W.F. Edwards - 2001 - 252 páginas
...1717) contains the following. For while Comets move in very excentrick Orbs in all manner of Positions, blind Fate could never make all the Planets move one and the same way in Orbs concentrick, some inconsiderable Irregularities excepted, which may have arisen from...
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Millenarianism and Messianism in Early Modern European Culture: The ...

Matt Goldish, R.H. Popkin, J.E. Force - 2001 - 198 páginas
...those Laws for many Ages. For while Comets move in very excentrick Orbs in all manner of Positions. blind Fate could never make all the Planets move one and the same way in Orbs concentrick. some inconsiderable Irregularities excepted. which may have risen from...
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The Cambridge History of Eighteenth-century Philosophy, Volumen1

Knud Haakonssen - 2006 - 1407 páginas
...round their planets. In Query 31 , Newton had already commented on this regularity and suggested that 'blind Fate could never make all the Planets move one and the same way in Orb concentrick' (378). Again, he attributed the regularity to an order which had been...
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Evolution: A Scientific American Reader

Scientific American - 2008 - 312 páginas
...circled the sun in the same direction and in almost the same plane. In his 1704 work Opticks he wrote: "Blind fate could never make all the planets move one and the same way in orbits concentrick." Such a wonderful uniformity in the planetary system, Newton believed,...
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