time of origin


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time of origin

[′tīm əv ′är·ə·jən]
(communications)
The time at which a message is released for transmission.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The argument for strong origin essentialism and the argument for [Eb] have then only a single point of disanalogy: where the former claims that it is possible that both location and time of origin are different from the actual ones (that is, that variations in location and time of origin are compossible), the latter claims merely that it is possible that location is different.
But it is not a pale historical artifact, locked in its time of origin. It is focused on the great continuing issues of civilization, which it confronts with the authority of Paterson's special character and experience.