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Varieties of Emergentism


Michele Paolini Paoletti


Pages 142 - 189



I shall present and briefly discuss in this chapter several contemporary versions of emergentism: some refinements of supervenience emergentism (§ 6.1); weak emergentism (§ 6.2); fusion and transformational emergentism (§ 6.3); specialcausing and constraint emergentism (§ 6.4); causal emergentism (§ 6.5); fundamentality emergentism (§ 6.6); micro-latent emergentism (§ 6.7); process emergentism (§ 6.8). In addition, there will be a brief description of the interventionist response to the causal exclusion argument (§ 6.9).




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