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  • n. One who subscribes to emergentism.


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emergent +‎ -ist


  • Because TG grammar is concerned with patterns at a deeper level of abstraction than the surface phenomena that (arguably) are the raw material of language acquisition (at least, according to the emergentist/usage-based school) it is doubtful whether it is of much use to learners.

    X is for X-bar Theory « An A-Z of ELT

  • To which we could add the emergentist claim, nicely summarised here:

    L is for (Michael) Lewis « An A-Z of ELT

  • The very fact of my own phenomenology, combined with my undeniable intuition that computers lack awareness and the vacuity of emergentist solutions, convinces me that something transcendental is going on.

    Aiguy's Computer

  • Since this might seem an extremely appealing option for an emergentist and a panentheist, it seems appropriate to consider the reasons why Clayton rejects this option.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • Here one would place the emergentist view of mind.

    Backing Into an Evidentiary Standard for ID

  • Christian, pro-free market, spontaneous orders/emergentist, interdisciplinary thinker in the humanities.

    A Paragraph to Ponder, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • JP Moreland has a monograph out Consciousness and the Existence of God where he argues for God from consciousness and critiques reductivist and emergentist scenarios.

    ID & Ego

  • These emergent levels do not become different types of reality but instead compose a unity that can be understood naturally as an emergentist monism.


  • On this interpretation, what the emergentist intends is a position which weaves together both dualism and physicalism.


  • But it remains a controversial issue whether the emergentist picture can be made fully coherent (Stalnaker 1996).



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