"Every perception is to some degree an act of creation, and every act of memory is to some degree an act of imagination."

-- Gerald Edelman, Second Nature: Brain Science and Human Knowledge
[7]1 Of Motion.The Newton Project Knowledge Graph2020-10-08Journal1 Of Motion.2 Of Motion.the joyning & meeting of the two parts & posterius according to the latter of the two parts & so be still liable still to divisibility which contradicts the notion of an indivisible part. But to explaine how these leasts have no parts. An Artist will play a lesson not minding a stroke & sing neither minding nor missing a note a man may walke without thinking of it. &c In a wheele divided into 24 parts by the 24 letters. A cannot move before b nor b before c &c to z, then z will not move untill A hath nor A till z the reason is becaus a can have no place but b's nor that till b hath left it. If they move all together then in the instant that b leaves its place it is in't or not. if in't then a can't move into't in the same instant it leaves it if not in't then it had left it before. A less & greater Symbol (dot in two concentric circles) in text in text") in a wheele move equally swift {illeg} the ( or els a straight line drawne from the center to the cicumference would be in flected i. e. if some parts move faster than others) yet the greater circle passeth over more space. Continue reading… Index 1 Of Motion. 2 Of Motion. Continue reading…