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Daoist philosophy has been based on this premise for over 2,500 years. I like to use the phrase 'perpetual emergence' to emphasise the idea that emergence is a persistent dynamic - a thing is constantly re-emerging perhaps even 'demerging'. Sometimes, it's referred to as thinking about a thing as a verb rather than a noun.
Daoist philosophy has been based on this premise for over 2,500 years. 
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Daoist philosophy has been based on this premise for over 2,500 years. 
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Daoist philosophy has been based on this premise for over 2,500 years. I like to use the phrase 'perpetual emergence' to emphasise the idea that emergence is a persistent dynamic - a thing is constantly re-emerging perhaps even 'demerging'. Sometimes, it's referred to as thinking about a thing as a verb rather than a noun.
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