Grotstein and relational freedom: Emergent properties
of the interpersonal field.
Evidence of emergent properties
presence based on the operation experience of NPP units.
Wilson and Carston (2008) (13) propose that emergent properties
can be explained by the "discourse context" in which an utterance is made.
Consciousness and religious awareness are emergent properties
, and they have top-down causal influence on the body.
After the discussion of the literature, the emergent properties
of the m-AssISt model are described.
The current trend towards more integrated approaches to natural resources management is not really captured in the papers and the volume might have been enriched if some contributions had looked at landscapes as functioning systems with emergent properties
to which trees and forest contribute.
Since our model captures the emergent properties
of the incarceration epidemic, we can use it to test policy options designed to reverse it.
The answer is that both facts and values are emergent properties
that are "bootstrapped" and they grow from what works.
For instance, he tries to engage in the philosophical debate about eliminativism, the view that all mental phenomena are explained by brain phenomena without any emergent properties
at the mental level.
are crucial to the concept of a system (Rechtin, 2000; Sillitto, 2005).
It explores the nature of the necessitation relation between base and emergent properties
and argues that emergentism entails a Humean account of causation and related relations.
Post Keynesian objections to microfoundations are briefly discussed by Hoover (19) and by Mirowski (133); but apart from a couple of sentences in Hoover's chapter (34-5) the extensive literature in the philosophy of science on micro-reduction and emergent properties
has been ignored (for an extended discussion see King 2012, Part I).