Thanks! It's a fun project, though I'm still working on the preliminaries.
I would get this book the second I saw it was out. This could be tremendously useful for thinking through how B-theorists might be able to appropriate a Kalam Cosmological Argument.
And indeed one of the two applications in Chapter 8 is planned to be to the Kalaam argument. (The other is an argument for an Aristotelian discrete time.)
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Dear Prof. Pruss, What are your thoughts on Aquinas' theses that  an infinite series of accidentally-ordered efficient causes is possible and that  infinite days could have preceded this present day? Have you ever written something about it? Thank you very much and I'm sorry if this is the wrong place to ask it.
Dante: I deny , but I think  can probably be supported independently of the denial of .
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I split chapter 8 into 8 and 9. Progress report:$ wc -w chapter?.te 74 chapter0.tex 6388 chapter1.tex 3769 chapter2.tex 9693 chapter3.tex 11434 chapter4.tex 10844 chapter5.tex 9315 chapter6.tex 3711 chapter7.tex 3068 chapter8.tex 3983 chapter9.tex 62279 total
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