Full text: Aristoteles: De coloribvs libellvs

IN LIB. DE COLORIBVS. cet plus minus'ue [?] luminis recipiant & emittant. lu-
teus enim color magis lucet, quàm halurgus: & puni
ceus clarius fulget, quàm ianthinus & paonaccius. nam hæc eſt horum potentia, quòd alii colores magis
vmbrant, alii minus. AVT QVIA NON HABENT
EASDEM RATIONES
. Tertia cauſa eſt, quòd di
uerſa miſcibilium proportio, varias in eadem ſpecie
creat apparentias. nam in purpureo tres potiſsimùm
ſunt differentiæ, quædam quæ in roſis & cocco emi-
cat, quem vulgo carmeſin appellant: alia quæ in viola
& amethyſto lapide relucet, qui paſsim paonazo no-
minatur: & tertia quæ propria eſſe conchilii intelligi
tur, ſaturatáque purpura quibuſdam dicitur, omniũ
vegetiſsima, & ad viſionem mouendam validiſsima. hanc vulgus ſcarlatam nuncupat. Quin & in his poſ-
ſunt multæ reperiri differentiarum notæ, prout ma-
gis minúſque relucent. Puniceus quoque multas in-
duit colorum facies. nam igneus, flammeus, ſangui-
neus, & oſtrinus apparet. Atq. idem de aliis licet aſ-
ſerere. TVM PROPTER MAGIS ET MINVS . Sortiuntur inquit hæc diſcrimina, quoniam magis
vel minus participant colores extremos, idq́ue non
in eadem proportione. deinde, propter mutuam me-
diorum mixtionem, & puritatem. {εἰ}λικρίν{ει}αν autem ap
pellat, minorum cum aliis miſturam, & ἄκρατον. Ve-
rùm hic merito offert ſe quæſtio, an medii colores
ſint infiniti, vt hic author videtur aſſerere? Cui pau-
cis ſatisfieri poteſt. nam colorum imagines, apparen-
tiæ, & ſimilitudines poſſunt eſſe infinitæ, ob prædi-
ctas cauſas: at ſpecies minimè, cum fine claudantur. quamuis Alexander libro de Senſu, videatur teſtari,
medios colores, qui nulla conſtant ratione aut pro-
portione, nec aſpectum oblectant, innumeros eſſe.

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