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  • They call it "Emergence," which is specifically defined as higher-level properties of a system that cannot be reduced to any property/ies of the substrate – thus "emerge" full-blown and 'irreducibly complex'.

    A decent, popular article on intelligent design

  • They call it "Emergence," which is specifically defined as higher-level properties of a system that cannot be reduced to any property/ies of the substrate "thus" emerge "full-blown and" ˜irreducibly complex '.

    A decent, popular article on intelligent design

  • "The term Emergence Christianity, which adherents such as Phyllis Tickle see as the new reformation, itself incorporates more than just a nod to emergence theory of evolutionary science; and many in the EC believe that, right now, mankind is evolving upward into a higher state of consciousness.

    NewsByUs

  • Emergence is a significant idea that may also be profound.

    Discourse.net: Quantity Has a Quality All of Its Own

  • While "Half-Life 2: Episode One" brings a near perfect blend of story-driven action and puzzle-solving, "SiN Episodes: Emergence" is a much more straightforward and gorgeous shooting gallery.

    New Trend in Episodic Games | Impact Lab

  • Emergence is simply a counter-argument to the dualistic argument, "What else could it be but a supernatural force beyond our investigation?"

    The Memory Hole

  • When I came to Vertigo myself, then read the interviews conducted with Sebald and collected in the volume entitled The Emergence of Memory, it was with that same sense of deliberately engineered déjà vu that I had experienced trudging the subsiding loess of the Holderness coast.

    Books news, reviews and author interviews | guardian.co.uk

  • Emergence, which is over utilized in OOL explanations, is underused in behavioral explanations in my view.

    Chunkdz Comes Out Smokin

  • The details of the controversial theory and the significant evidence I collected that supported my theory were later published in a 1987 book titled The Emergence of Personality.

    The G.O.D. Experiments

  • Tickle refers to the latest cultural shift as the Great Emergence, which is marked in part by an explosion of information technology.

    Philosophy Over Coffee

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