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" The Parts of all homogeneal hard Bodies which fully touch one another, stick together very strongly. And for explaining how this may be, some have invented hooked Atoms, which is begging the Question; and others tell us that Bodies are glued together... "
René Descartes: Principles of Philosophy: Translated, with Explanatory Notes - Page 70
1984 - 328 pages
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Opticks: Or, A Treatise of the Reflections, Refractions, Inflections and ...

Isaac Newton - Light - 1730 - 382 pages
...hooked Atoms', which is begging the Queftion; and others tell us that Bodies are glued together by reft, that is, by an occult Quality, or rather by nothing; and others, that they ftick together by confpiring Motions, that^is, by relative reft amongft themfelves. I had rather infer...
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Opera, en anglois, avec notes par P. Shaw, Volume 1

Robert Boyle - 1738
...atoms, which is begging the queftion ; and others tell us, that bodies are glew'd together by reft, that is, by an occult quality, or rather by nothing : and others, that they ftick together by confpiring motions, that is, by relative reft among themfelves. I had rather infer...
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The London Encyclopaedia: Or, Universal Dictionary of Science ..., Volume 10

Thomas Curtis - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1829
...bodies, which fully touch one another, stick together very strongly ; and, for explaining how this may be, some have invented hooked atoms, which is begging the question ; and others tell us their bodies are glued together by rest; that is, by an occult quality, or rather by nothing. Newton's...
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Titi Lucreti Cari De rerum natura libri sex, Volume 2

1864
...hard bodies which fully touch one another, stick together very strongly. And for explaining how this may be some have invented hooked atoms, which is begging the question'. 447 adamant i >ut : this I presume is a general epithet of great hardness. 448 ictus contemnere sueta...
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The Atomic Theory of Lucretius Contrasted with Modern Doctrines of Atoms and ...

John Masson - Atomism - 1884 - 249 pages
...hard bodies which fully touch one another, stick together very strongly. And for explaining how this may be, some have invented hooked atoms, which is begging the question.' 2 It is certainly difficult to conceive of atoms, encumbered with such an apparatus as hooks and eyes,...
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A History of the Theory of Elasticity and of the Strength of Materials ...

Isaac Todhunter - Elasticity - 1886 - 936 pages
...hard bodies, which fully touch one another, stick together very strongly. And for explaining how this may be, some have invented hooked atoms, which is...others, that they stick together by conspiring motions, that is by -relative Rest among themselves. I had rather infer from their cohesion, that their particles...
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A New View of the Origin of Dalton's Atomic Theory: A Contribution to ...

Henry Enfield Roscoe, Arthur Harden - Atomic theory - 1896 - 191 pages
...hard bodies which fully touch one another, stick together very strongly. And for explaining how this may be, some have invented hooked atoms, which is...others that they stick together by conspiring motions — that is, by relative rest among themselves. I had rather infer from their cohesion that their particles...
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Argon and Newton: A Realisation

W. Sedgwick - Matter - 1896 - 258 pages
...hard bodies which fully touch one another stick together very strongly. And for explaining how this may be some have invented hooked atoms, which is begging the question ; and others tell us .... that they stick together by conspiring motions, that is, by relative rest amongst themselves. " I had rather...
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Report of the Meeting, Volume 8

ANZAAS. - Science - 1901
...hard bodies which fully touch one another stick together very strongly, and for explaining how this may be, some have invented hooked atoms, which is begging the question." [Why?] But, after all, we have something not wholly dissimilar in modern chemistry in our conceptions...
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The Study of the Atom: Or, The Foundations of Chemistry

Francis Preston Venable - Atomic theory - 1904 - 290 pages
...hard bodies, which fully touch one another, stick together very strongly. And for explaining how this may be some have invented hooked atoms, which is begging...that bodies are glued together by rest, that is, by relative rest among themselves. I had rather infer from their cohesion that their particles attract...
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