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Rather than grouping Willy with some people in a "testing family," involving him in patterns of relations and hierarchies and within a social time, Willy himself was expected to be perceived as dissociated and disrelated.
By relating disrelated acts along time, the performers levelled the acts, disintegrating not only similarity (implied in a matching of acts) but also particularity (implied in putting them together).