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Emergence is the process of complex pattern formation from more basic constituent parts.
- Emergence (novel), a 1984 science fiction book by David R. Palmer
- Emergence: The Connected Lives of Ants, Brains, Cities, and Software, a 2001 book by Steven Berlin Johnson
- Emergence, a science fiction book by Ray Hammond
- Émergence (Natasha St-Pier album), 1996
- Emergence, album by R. Carlos Nakai, 1992
- Emergence (Miroslav Vitous album), 1985
- Emergence (Neil Sedaka album), 1971
- Emergence: The Music of TNA Wrestling, the fifth studio album of TNA Wrestling
- Emergence, the process of return to baseline physiologic function of all organ systems after the cessation of administration of general anesthetic agent(s)
- Emergence (Star Trek: The Next Generation), a 1994 Star Trek: The Next Generation episode
- Emergence International, a worldwide community of Christian Scientists
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