Structure Constancy

E.J. Green, Rutgers University

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1. Introduction

Imagine that you are meeting a friend for coffee, and you see her walking toward your table. As she walks, her arms and legs turn about their joints. Moreover, her forearms turn slightly about her elbows, and her tibias move about her knees. I suggest that, despite these changes, her overall structure seems to Continue reading Structure Constancy