The Beginning of the Universe
Swinburne (Richard)
Source: Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, Supplementary Volumes, Vol. 40 (1966), pp. 125-138
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Author’s Introduction

  1. The question which I wish to consider is, what does it mean to say that the Universe had a beginning a finite time ago, or alternatively that it has always existed, and of what sort of proof are these propositions susceptible?

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Symposium with "Bird (J.H.) - The Beginning of the Universe".

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