If determinism is true, every event shall have a cause.
So, what is the cause of the first event (which is the first cause)?
1) every event shall have a cause -> First event/cause shall have a cause
2) first event shall be first (prior to all other events/causes) -> first event/cause shall not have a cause
It is known that self-reference is basis for some logical problems/paradoxes (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Self-reference).
This conflict is also based on self-reference -> how can (the beginning of) determinism be explained by determinism (every event shall have a cause)? Self-reference, because determinism is "referring to" itself (its beginning)
The question is: is this reasoning correct? Is determinism actually logically flawed?