EPR’s reality criterion and quantum realism has this paragraph (the paper has 0 citations, and I'm personally happy to call this metaphysics, but still!):
A popular interpretation of Bell’s theorem is that local realism is false. Care must be exercised when speaking of realism or locality because there are distinct levels of them. For example, on the non-locality side there is Bell-locality, non-signaling, quantum field theory microcausality, or the Bohm-Aharonov effect . For the realism side, there are various philosophical distinctions of realism, but the EPR-reality criterion has probably the sharpest definition which can withstand mathematical arguments.
Is there any basis in stating there are different levels of 'locality' or 'reality', within physics or physical theories?