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Definition: Something has a beginning if and only if there is some time at which that thing is so, and no time before that at which it was also so.
Example: I have a beginning because there was a specific time at which I (first) existed (my conception/first-state-of-awareness), and I didn't exist at any prior moment before that.
INFINITE CAUSAL REGRESS (ICR)
An infinite causal regress is where every event is an effect caused by some prior cause, such that there is no beginning to the sequence.
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(a) What about for definition of beginning, you give this example of beginning, the event when baby Nouveau was conceived in the womb of his mama, that is the beginning of his existence.
(b) And for infinite causal regress, what about you give the example of baby Nouveau was conceived by his mama plus of course his papa, and baby Nouveau's mama was previously conceived by her mama, and this mama was previously conceived by her mama, and this mama was also conceived by her mama, and on and on and on...
Now, you propose that I accept your (a) and (b) as respectively the meanings of beginning and of infinite causal regress?
By the way, have you put together your step by step proof of there being no God existing, in concept as the creator cause of man and the universe and everything with a beginning.
Here is again my extensive proof step by step of the existence of God, in concept as the creator cause of man and the universe and everything with a beginning.
(See next post from me.)