coagency


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s idea of the state as society's "own self" to society as the state's "own self," relocating the Spirit's primary coagency from the state to civil society without denying a secondary coagency in the state.
Maximum torque values are usually good indicators of coagency, but as other properties will demonstrate, they are deceptive indicators of coagency in this instance.
Tensile strength is also affected by coagents, but due to its bell-shaped curve in relation to crosslink density it is not the best indicator of coagency.