I am trying to look for resources to deepen some topics presented in this workshop Moving Naturalism Forward. Especially the point on emergence (and secondarily on evolution and determinism, but here to not be too generic I am asking only about emergence/reduction). So I am looking for resources (hopefully books rather than papers, but everything considered helpfull is welcomed) about emergentism and reductionism in philosophy of science. In particular concerning what happens in physics, (for example in condesed matter theory, phase transition or even theory of fundamental interactions), given "new" point of views that followed the development of renormalization group theory and the idea of effective theory. If it deals even with relation between different disciplines like physics, biology or economics it is even better, but the main interest concerns philosphy's point of view on these topics in physics.
to give a bit of context I am a physics student at graduate level, and I have studied statistcal physics, quantum field theory, renormalization group theory... this just to specify that the presence of rigorous concepts from this theories in the philosophical point of view is strongly welcomed. While from the point of view of philosphy the only book I read concerning this topics is "The devil is in details" by Robert Batterman. Thanks a lot for the help