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  • It is not a simple call to the ego – it is not a call to titanism as has been popularly supposed, it is a call to sacrifice, to vastness, it is a call to the formation of gods within us.

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  • Faust is a very romantic figure, not in his transcendentalism which he gives up as unattainable, but in his titanism, his restless striving, his will to wring an ever wider meaning from life.

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  • I've just made that definition better for you:

    "Titanism: defiance of and revolt against pants or artistic conventions. That's me: SupremeGenius!"

    You're welcome!(also not personal)

    March 3, 2009

  • Quite. How revolting are you?

    P.S. Not personal! We have been known to play with words here ;-) Peace.

    March 3, 2009

  • "Titanism: defiance of and revolt against social or artistic conventions. That's me: SupremeGenius!"

    March 3, 2009