Does T'Pau mark the beginning of that kind of Vulcan culture and self-concept that will later be embodied by Spock?

Her rise to power is accompanied by a clear break in how Vulcans perceive themselves; so does her rediscovery of the original writings of Sarek lead to the Spock-kind of Vulcan?

  • As the series is a prequel, tos history and events in enterprise do not match up – Garret Gang Apr 6 '18 at 4:22
  • But ENT can explain certain things because of its very nature as a prequel - and it does, e.g. the lack of cranial ridges of the Klingons in TOS. – glahn Apr 6 '18 at 9:16
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    I thought it was pretty obvious from these ENT episodes that the answer is "yes" - that was the whole point of them. – OrangeDog Apr 6 '18 at 11:11
  • I agree that this is IMPLIED bit it can't be inevitably deduced just by watching the episode(s). That's why I asked. – glahn Apr 6 '18 at 15:07

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