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E. Cartesians’] Laws of Nature concerning Motion are Really nothing else, but a Plastick Nature, acting upon the Matter of the whole Corporeal Universe’. See Cudworth, True Intellectual System of the Universe (1678) I:III:37, in Patrides 1969: 294. 61 Boyle 1685: 43. 62 Boyle’s commitment to the mechanical philosophy was not as thoroughgoing as his programmatic writings suggest. He acknowledged, like the majority of his contemporaries, the possibility of direct interventions into the course of nature by God and by good and evil spirits, as well as by the human will.

53 The atomists indicated that there were pathways their primordial particles, would follow were they unimpeded, recognizing that they met with obstructions and barriers that deflected them. But the optical-mechanical notion of a determinate pathway did not inform their conception of atomic motion. A twofold process of abstraction – from surface phenomena to a precise characterization of latent reality, and from latent reality as it was imagined to be to a precise characterization of its idealization – was beyond the conception of the ancient atomists.

Expressing Nature’s Regularities and their Determinations 35 predecessors on the other hand elaborate means of describing and dealing with natural events which exclude the rare and the monstrous. Their sublunary nature is ‘nature for the most part’, and is a complex of forces and functions. 71. 11 ‘Ordo’ and ‘cursus’ are not easily used to describe rules; the former is strongly coloured by its association with ‘methodus’, from which it is distinguished by most logicians and dialecticians. Where method is a mode of invention (of the already known and of the yet to be discovered), order is principally a pedagogical tool for the clear exposition of materials, and is clearly the product of the mind, not a patterning inherent in nature: see Gilbert 1960; also above, note 24.

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