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Sixteen Years Later. Making Sense of Emergence (Again)

Bibliographic reference Sartenaer, Olivier. Sixteen Years Later. Making Sense of Emergence (Again). In: Journal for General Philosophy of Science, Vol. 47, no. 1, p. 79-103 (2016)
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