2 edition of De lunæ atmosphæra dissertatio found in the catalog.
Published 1753 by Administrator in Ex typographia Generosi Salomoni, apud Venantium Monaldini Bibliopolam
Microfiche. New Canaan, CT : Readex. microfiches. (Landmarks II, monographs)
|Statement||Ex typographia Generosi Salomoni, apud Venantium Monaldini Bibliopolam|
|Publishers||Ex typographia Generosi Salomoni, apud Venantium Monaldini Bibliopolam|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 130 p. :|
|Number of Pages||73|
|2||Landmarks II, monographs|
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Now there are eclipses of both these stars in every year, which take place below the earth, at stated days and hours; and when they are above it The terms "sub terra" and "superne" are interpreted, by most of the commentators, below and above the horizon respectively; see Marcus in Ajasson, ii. De novo telescopii usu ad objecta coelestia determinanda, 1739 "Sul nuovo uso del per determinare gli oggetti celesti"• I have, therefore, been obliged to compose this work at interrupted intervals, indeed during the night, so that you will find that I have not been idle even during this period.
Seneca, in the commencement of his Nat. And this, which was done for your benefit, De lunæ atmosphæra dissertatio also serve the same purpose for others, so that any one may search for what he wishes, and may know where to find it. Flagstaff: USGS Astrogeology Research Program. For they do not admit of the display of genius, nor, indeed, is mine one of the highest order; they admit of no excursions, nor orations, nor discussions, nor of any wonderful adventures, nor any variety of transactions, nor, from the barrenness of the matter, of anything particularly pleasant in the narration, or agreeable to the reader.
The outer circumference of the kosmos not only revolves round its axis, but obeys a rotatory impulse emanating from its axis, like the spinning of a teetotum or the turning of a spindle.
I, indeed, freely admit, that much may be added to my works; not only to this, but to all which I have published. " Hardouin's comment is as follows: "Duas zodiaci partes seu gradus pererrat, quum ipse per medium incedit signiferum: supra, quum deflectit ad Aquilonem, per quatuor alias ejusdem partes vagatur: infra, quum descendit ad Austrum, discedit duabus. " By this term our author probably meant to designate those critics who were disposed to dwell upon minute verbal distinctions; "dialecticarum captionum amantes," according to Hardouin; De lunæ atmosphæra dissertatio.
Romae, Ex Typographia Komarek 1751. Their cause is obscure in consequence of their rarity, and therefore we are not as well acquainted with them as we are with the rising of the stars, which I have mentioned, and with eclipses and many other things. The titles of the chapters are nearly the same with those in Valpy, Lemaire, and Ajasson. Sullo sbocco dell'Adige in Mare 1779 On the mouth of the River Adige• De Solis ac Lunae defectibus, 1760 "Sul Sole, la Luna e le eclissi".
Boscovich, pubblicate per le nozze Olivieri-Balbi.
As he puts them with great neatness and terseness, I here bestow upon them a separate examination.
But when you enter upon the works, O ye Gods and Goddesses! — Isti: Prvi uspjeh Bena Staya.
Stiegler: On Some Fundamental Geometrical Consequences of the Theoria Philosophiae Naturalis of Rogerius Boscovich.