fumous

fumous

(ˈfjuːməs)
adj
full of gas, smoke, or fumes; emitting gas, smoke, or fumesrelating to smoke or smokingpassionate; furious
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The alchemist Sir George Ripley (Waite 1992) is overtly visionary in his poetical descriptions that speak of toads in secret dens and "His Cave with blasts of fumous Air." lEyrenreus Philalethes, Anglus, Cosmopolita (aliases of perhaps Thomas Vaughn or George Starkey) wrote An Exposition upon Sir George Ripley's Vision that explains with psychedelic imagery Ripley's mystic poem:
Morris does have a tacit real-world subject, the "creative destruction" theory of Austrian economist Joseph Schumpeter (1883-1950)--an emigre Harvard professor fumous for exploring paradigm shifts brought about by new and innovative business practices.