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-<​blockquote>​the concept of togetherness ​has suffered in the sciences, and+<​blockquote>​[T]he concept of [emergence] ​has suffered in the sciences, and
 especially, in physics, where all of the effort has been on describing the individual, especially, in physics, where all of the effort has been on describing the individual,
 typically by breaking its description down to that of even smaller typically by breaking its description down to that of even smaller
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 it unfortunately has evolved in a rigid doctrine, leaving no space for anything it unfortunately has evolved in a rigid doctrine, leaving no space for anything
 else. The most extreme manifestation of this dogma is the use of the else. The most extreme manifestation of this dogma is the use of the
-term ‘theory of everything’ in particle physics. ​We will provide an alternative +term ‘theory of everything’ in particle physics. ​[...]
-conceptual template for a theory of everything, supported not only by +
-scientific examples, but also by everyday ones.+
  
 **Biology evolved from chopping up individual animals in laboratories,​ to **Biology evolved from chopping up individual animals in laboratories,​ to
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