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What one may find is but the second moment (not the original Hellenic time but its first aftergrowth, as the Hellenic times are defined as escaping all representation, the real originary moment in "Winckelmann" on which I am going to concentrate to discuss Pater's Hellenism.
It is in such a world that Hellenism appears as an aftergrowth, especially in the Middle Ages, in a Christian world haunted by guilt which "discrediting the slightest touch of sense, has from time to time provoked into strong emphasis the contrast or antagonism to itself, of the artistic life, with its inevitable sensuousness.