Full text: Aristoteles: Physicorvm Aristotelis, sev, de natvrali auscultatione, libri octo

LIBER. tis tractabitur: nũc autẽde cæteris, nempede animalibus,
cauſa quãobrem alia longum uitæ ſpacium obtineant, alid
breue, explicata eſt. Reſtat ut de iuuentute, & ſenectute,
& uita, & morte cõtemplemur: his en{lm} præfinitis, deter-
minatisq̀; , animalium doctrina finem erit aſſecuta.

264. FINIS.
DE IVVENTVTE,
ET SENECTVTE, VITA,
ET MORTE: ET DE
SPIRATIONE
LIBER.

Franciſco Vatablo interprete.
Hîc oſtendit Ā [?] riſto. partem vnam eandemq̀; eſſe vi.
uentium animalium, qua viuunt.

CAP. I.

_DE I_uuentute, & Senectute, & Vita, & Morte, nunc agendũ: fortè autẽ ſimul & de ſpiratione cauſas dicere neceſſariũ eſt,
quòd ob eam animãtibus nõnullis uiuere
& nõ uiuere cõtingat. Cùm iam alibi de
anima tractatũ ſit, quãquàm cõſtat fierinõ poſſe, ut animæ
ſubstantia corpus ſit, eã tamen eſſe in aliqua corporis par-
ticula, & ea quidem, quæ inter reliquas ui quadã polleat,
apertũ eſt. Cæteris igitur animæ aut partibus, aut poten-
tijs (utrouis modo appellandæ ſint) in præſentia dimißis,
corũ omniũ quæ animalia dicuntur & uiuere, in hiſce qui-

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