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If We Assume This Moment Proceeds From The Previous Moment...

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Posted by Not On Your Life on June 2, 2003 07:38:36 UTC

then we have an infinite regression problem
to each previous moment.
Kyle wrote:
"I have never found a remotely satisfactory answer to our absolute origin,"

But maybe only the physical universe proceeds from previous moments.
It might be that the absolute origin of the mental universe (which includes abstract conceptions assembling parts in ways not before combined in that way) is different than the physical universe and that the absolute origin is ever present...it's been said before.
Great use of this forum in your post to Harv, Kyle, and I understand why you address it to him or a few others, because they are generally good correspondents. I've had a few times with Harv when he did things he never did to the others.
But what matters is the sum.

Warm regards,
Mike

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