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Why is an infinite regress not possible?

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Given we are preceded by an infinite period or duration, it would suggest an infinite regress of causes should be possible
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I don’t endorse the infinite regress argument. I only ever raise it to highlight one angle that dawah carriers take. Likewise, it’s interesting to note that Stephen Hawking argues that time begins at the moment the quantum particle ceases to be a quantum particle and turns into the universe. The universe is the... Show more >>

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An infinite regress is a situation in which a series of events or processes goes on indefinitely, with no end or resolution. The concept of an infinite regress is often used in philosophical and logical arguments to challenge certain assumptions or beliefs. There are a few reasons why an infinite regress is not possible... Show more >>

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