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Infinite Regress Arguments

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[New Entry by Ross Cameron on July 20, 2018.] An infinite regress is a series of appropriately related elements with a first member but no last member, where each element leads to or generates the next in some sense.[1] An infinite regress argument is an argument that makes appeal to an infinite regress. Usually such arguments take the form of objections to a theory, with the fact that...

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