Number of items at this level: **66**.

## Preprint

Batterman, Robert
(2009)
*Emergence, Singularities, and Symmetry Breaking.*
[Preprint]

Batterman, Robert W.
(2011)
*The Tyranny of Scales.*
[Preprint]

Batterman, Robert
(2017)
*Universality and RG Explanations.*
[Preprint]

Bursten, Julia
(2020)
*The Function of Boundary Conditions in the Physical Sciences.*
[Preprint]

Bursten, Julia
(2020)
*Surface Tension: Conceptual Challenges in Modeling Nanoscale Material Surfaces.*
[Preprint]

Butterfield, Jeremy
(2010)
*Less is Different: Emergence and Reduction Reconciled.*
[Preprint]

Butterfield, Jeremy and Bouatta, Nazim
(2011)
* Emergence and Reduction Combined in Phase Transitions.*
[Preprint]

Crowther, Karen
(2015)
*Decoupling emergence and reduction in physics.*
[Preprint]

Crowther, Karen and Linnemann, Niels and Wuthrich, Christian
(2019)
*What we cannot learn from analogue experiments.*
[Preprint]

Curiel, Erik
(2014)
*Why Rigid Designation Cannot Stand on Scientific Ground.*
[Preprint]

Evans, Peter W. and Thebault, Karim P Y
(2020)
*On the Limits of Experimental Knowledge.*
[Preprint]

Fortin, Sebastian and Pasqualini, Matias
(2023)
*Emergence-Free Duality: Phonons and Vibrating Atoms in Crystalline Solids.*
[Preprint]

Franklin, Alexander
(2021)
*How the Reductionist Should Respond to the Multiscale Argument, and What This Tells Us About Levels.*
[Preprint]

Franklin, Alexander
(2017)
*On the Renormalisation Group Explanation of Universality.*
[Preprint]

Franklin, Alexander and Robertson, Katie
(2022)
*A Middle Way: A Non-Fundamental Approach to Many-Body Physics by Robert Batterman: Autonomy and Varieties of Reduction.*
[Preprint]

Fraser, Doreen
(2018)
*The development of renormalization group methods for
particle physics: Formal analogies between classical statistical mechanics and quantum field theory.*
[Preprint]

Fraser, Doreen
(2018)
*The non-miraculous success of formal analogies in quantum theories.*
[Preprint]

Gelfert, Axel
(2008)
*Rigorous Results, Cross-Model Justification, and the Transfer of Empirical Warrant: The Case of Many-Body Models in Physics.*
[Preprint]

Green, Sara and Batterman, Robert
(2016)
*Biology meets Physics: Reductionism and Multi-scale Modeling of Morphogenesis.*
[Preprint]

Gryb, Sean and Palacios, Patricia and Thebault, Karim P Y
(2019)
*On the Universality of Hawking Radiation.*
[Preprint]

Gryb, Sean and Palacios, Patricia and Thebault, Karim P Y
(2019)
*On the Universality of Hawking Radiation.*
[Preprint]

Guay, Alexandre and Sartenaer, Olivier
(2016)
*A New Look at Emergence. Or When After is Different.*
[Preprint]

Hangleiter, Dominik and Carolan, Jacques and Thebault, Karim P Y
(2021)
*Analogue Quantum Simulation: A New Instrument for Scientific Understanding.*
[Preprint]

Hartmann, Stephan
(2007)
*Modeling High-Temperature Superconductivity: Correspondence at Bay?*
[Preprint]

Hazelwood, Caleb
(2023)
*Newton’s “Law-First” Epistemology and “Matter-First” Metaphysics.*
[Preprint]

Healey, Richard
(2009)
*Reduction and Emergence in Bose-Einstein Condensates.*
[Preprint]

Healey, Richard
(2010)
*Reduction and Emergence in Bose-Einstein Condensates.*
[Preprint]

Healey, Richard A.
(2011)
*Physical Composition.*
[Preprint]

Hoehn, Philipp
(2017)
*Reflections on the information paradigm in quantum and gravitational physics.*
[Preprint]

Jalloh, Mahmoud
(2024)
*Calibrating The Theory of Model Mediated Measurement: Metrological Extension, Dimensional Analysis, and High Pressure Physics.*
[Preprint]

Karaca, Koray
(2011)
*The Construction of the Higgs Mechanism and the Emergence of the Electroweak Theory.*
[Preprint]

Knox, Eleanor and Wallace, David
(2023)
*Functionalism Fit for Physics.*
[Preprint]

Mainwood, Paul
(2005)
*Phase Transitions in Finite Systems.*
[Preprint]

McCabe, Gordon
(2020)
*Reeh-Schlieder, space-time foam, and the implications for neuroscience.*
[Preprint]

Menon, Tarun and Callender, Craig
(2011)
*Turn and Face the Strange... Ch-ch-changes:
Philosophical Questions Raised by Phase Transitions.*
[Preprint]

Miller, Ryan
(2020)
*Not Another Brick in the Wall: an Extensional Mereology for Potential Parts.*
[Preprint]

Norton, John D.
(2011)
*Approximation and Idealization: Why the Difference Matters.*
[Preprint]

Palacios, Patricia
(2019)
*Phase Transitions: A Challenge for Intertheoretic Reduction?*
[Preprint]

Perry, Stephen
(2021)
*What is "Applied Mathematics" Anyway? How the History of Fluid Mechanics Demonstrates the Role of Concepts in Applied Mathematics.*
[Preprint]

Reutlinger, Alexander
(2014)
*Are Causal Facts Really Explanatorily Emergent? Ladyman and Ross on Higher-level Causal Facts and Renormalization Group Explanation.*
[Preprint]

Rickles, Dean
(2008)
*Econophysics and Financial Market Complexity.*
[Preprint]

Shech, Elay
(2018)
*Infinitesimal Idealization, Easy Road Nominalism, and Fractional Quantum Statistics.*
[Preprint]

Thebault, Karim P Y
(2016)
*What Can We Learn From Analogue Experiments?*
[Preprint]

Wolf, William J. and Read, James and Teh, Nicholas
(2022)
*Edge modes and dressing fields for the Newton-Cartan quantum Hall effect.*
[Preprint]

Wright, Aaron S.
(2017)
*Fresnel's Laws, ceteris paribus.*
[Preprint]

## Conference or Workshop Item

Bain, Jonathan
(2007)
*Condensed Matter Physics and the Nature of Spacetime.*
In: UNSPECIFIED.

Bain, Jonathan
(2012)
*Emergence in Effective Field Theories.*
In: UNSPECIFIED.

Franklin, Alexander
(2018)
*Universality Reduced.*
In: UNSPECIFIED.

Fraser, Doreen
(2022)
*Justifying the use of purely formal analogies in physics.*
In: UNSPECIFIED.

Gelfert, Axel
(2006)
*Simulating Many-Body Models in Physics: Rigorous Results, 'Benchmarks', and Cross-Model Justification.*
In: UNSPECIFIED.
(Unpublished)

Imbert, Cyrille
(2014)
*Realism about the complexity of physical systems without realist commitments to their scientific representations:
How to get the advantages of theft without honest toil.*
In: UNSPECIFIED.

Oriti, Daniele
(2013)
*Disappearance and emergence of space and time in quantum gravity.*
In: UNSPECIFIED.

Oriti, Daniele
(2018)
*The Bronstein hypercube of quantum gravity.*
In: UNSPECIFIED.

## Published Article or Volume

Batterman, Robert
(2016)
*Philosophical Implications of Kadanoff's work on the Renormalization Group.*
Journal of Statistical Physics.

Fletcher, Samuel C.
(2020)
*Similarity Structure and Diachronic Emergence.*
Synthese.
ISSN 1573-0964

Franklin, Alexander
(2020)
*Can Multiple Realisation be Explained?*
Philosophy (Journal of the Royal Institute of Philosophy).
ISSN 0031-8191

Franklin, Alexander and Knox, Eleanor
(2018)
*Emergence Without Limits: the Case of Phonons.*
Studies in the History and Philosophy of Modern Physics.
ISSN 1355-2198

Fraser, Doreen and Koberinski, Adam
(2016)
*The Higgs mechanism and superconductivity: A case study of formal analogies.*
Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics.
ISSN 1355-2198

Frigg, Roman and Werndl, Charlotte
(2018)
*Can Somebody Please Say What Gibbsian Statistical Mechanics Says?*
The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science.

Liu, Chuang
(2018)
*Infinte Idealization and Contextual Realism.*
Synthese.
ISSN 1573-0964

Mainwood, Paul
(2006)
*Is More Different? Emergent Properties in Physics.*

Martens, Niels C.M. and Lehmkuhl, Dennis
(2020)
*Cartography of the space of theories: an interpretational chart for fields that are both (dark) matter and spacetime.*
Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics.
ISSN 1355-2198

Martens, Niels C.M. and Lehmkuhl, Dennis
(2020)
*Dark Matter = Modified Gravity? Scrutinising the spacetime–matter distinction through the modified gravity/ dark matter lens.*
Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics.
ISSN 1355-2198

Rivat, Sébastien
(2021)
*Drawing Scales Apart: The Origins of Wilson's Conception of Effective Field Theories.*

Rosaler, Joshua and Harlander, Robert
(2019)
*Naturalness, Wilsonian Renormalization, and 'Fundamental Parameters' in Quantum Field Theory.*

## Other

Abbott, Stephen
(2021)
*Transforms for the early Kerr metric.*
UNSPECIFIED.

This list was generated on **Mon Aug 5 16:03:39 2024 EDT**.