The property of being identical, or having the same physical properties, in all directions.(noun)
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Use "isotropy" in a sentence
"(Anisotropy is the opposite of isotropy, which is the condition of having the same value when measured from different directions.)"
"Put in slightly different terms: isotropic and Quinean processes are global rather than local, and since globality rules out encapsulation, isotropy and Quineanness rule out encapsulation."
"Both isotropy and Quineanness are features that preclude encapsulation, since their possession by a system would require potentially unlimited access to the contents of central memory, and hence cognitive penetrability to the max."