faustian : Definition, Usages, News and More
- a pertaining to or resembling or befitting Faust or Faustus especially in insatiably striving for worldly knowledge and power even at the price of spiritual values
News & Articles
- How Did Steve Jobs Turn Technology (And Apple) Into Religion?
The technological values promoted by Apple are part of the Faustian bargain of technology, which both giveth and taketh away. Apple’s ads are allegorical attempts to domesticate foreign and abstract concepts, making them accessible and attractive to everyday adherents.
Aug. 8, 2013 - Wired News
- Nicolas Cage in MTV.com
I like it very much, very much,he told MTV News about the script for the sequel. "By the way, I'm not knocking the first one, whatever people think. I stand by that movie as well. I thought it was a Faustian fairytale, like, if Disney were...
- Peter Krause in Indianapolis Star
There is a Faustian element to Nick's journey,Krause said. "It's an opportunity to play someone who is trying to do the right thing, but is tempted by wealth."
- Bob Barr in Independent Political Report
Barr said "the Faustian bargain" the Big 3 automakers reached with lawmakers "compounds the problem" of the massive bailouts backed by Congress and the Bush Administration, and apparently is structured so as to give the federal government...