An infinite regression of mirrored images is not the same as a causal ontological chain, since the latter chain consists of separate individual ontological realities, and the former all refers really to one ontological reality — they all really are just one reality represented infinite number of times; if you remove the only object, you remove them all. And the question remains: having an infinite number of images does not explain where the object comes from.
What if the atheists say an infinite regress exists when infinite number of images formed by two opposite mirrors, may I know how should we rebut them?
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Fr. Francis :