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It is no longer a reconstitution serving various agendas and predicated on images and representation but the experience of the nexus between the subject and temporality, hence the definition of the medieval renaissance as anticipating its fifteenth-century aftergrowth.
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.
O'Connor (1987) "Relative Contributions of Regrowth and Aftergrowth to the Number of Bacteria in a Drinking Water Distribution System," Proc.