- Timon + -ism, from the 5th-century BC person Timon of Athens (as described by Plutarch, Lucian, Aristophanes), possibly by way of William Shakespeare's play Timon of Athens (c. 1607). Used in the Westminster Review (maybe after the earlier "Timonist") in a 1840 review. (Coining erroneously attributed to Herman Melville, who popularized it later in 1852.) (Wiktionary)
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