The infinite past regained: A reply to Whitrow

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I show the inadequacy of whitrow's recent argument ("british journal for the philosophy of science", Volume 29, Pages 39-45) against the possibility of an infinite past. I argue that it is impossible to prove "a priori" the non-Existence of an infinite past or future
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DOI 10.1093/bjps/30.2.161
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