Full text: Medicina Statica

Seit . VII . Of the Affezioni of the Mind . 3 19 
is quiet enough to reft the Body , the Motions of the Mind will be alio clearly aiTwaged and com - pofed . 
A P H . XLII . 
" They that are covetous ought not to game ; 44 becaufe if they always win , through exceis of 44 Joy , they will not fleep at Night , and at length 44 will lofe the Benefit of Perfpiration . 
Explanation . ' ] Where this happens to be the Cafe , it has the fame Effeft , as any intenfe Thought or violent Exercife , which has been explained already to hinder Perfpiration . 
A P H . XLIII . 
44 A moderate Conqueft is more healthful , than 44 one that is more glorious . 
Explanation . ' ] That is , if it re - calls the Pallions beyond Meafure i but it is to be feared , thar thofe who are engaged in fuch Purfuits , are not very fedulous about their Health from fuch Cir - cumftances . 
A P H . XLIV . 
44 Study , which varies the Paifions , is better " bore than that which keeps them the fame ; be - " caufe it makes Perfpiration more moderate and 44 more wholefome . 
Explanation . ] It was before taken Notice , that a frequent lhifting the Modifications , and tions of the Solids , is much more advantageous , than keeping them continually in the fame Tone ; and therefore a Change of Pafiions , cannot but be much better than the fame continued . 
A PH .

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