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he is too concerned with all that is worldly. Faustus is vain and he shows this when he receives all his powers. At the beginning Faustus is just a regular man, who went beyond all expectations to achieve his four degrees and his social standing. Faustus is almost an Aristotelian hero for he had most of the traits, yet he does not ask for forgiveness and therefore is not enlightened. This is his greatest mistake.