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The Secularization of Charisma

The Secularization of Charisma

In the early twentieth century, charisma was secularized by the German sociologist Max Weber, who said that some exceptional figures had revolutionized politics by force of his personality. He claimed that his charisma was a gift that set them apart from ordinary men. Has misunderstood the term charisma, considering it as an aura of overwhelming personality of strength, beauty and even power. In reality, the charismatic leader is one who focuses on relationships, a committed orders and uses their talents, gifts and resources, the benefit of others, allowing them to grow and evolve. The obligation of all charismatic leaders does not mean handling time, physical or moral coercion or conditioning to an end that favors only one individual-usually the one that is up-It is certain that the great leaders have had a capacity of speech can minds and hearts moving toward compromise, however, this is only one quality (Don) the individual has received and is putting the service of others. The charisma, “writes Harvard anthropologist Charles Lindholm, an emotional bond is inexplicable, and compulsive. Even when you think that charisma is intrinsic to the individual, can only be revealed in the interaction with others.

The charisma, says Lindholm, is primarily a relationship or merger of the inner self of the leader and follower. What is the end for charisma? Question Ramos, says about it, that when a man discovers his gifts and talents and develops, his life was full of energy, enthusiasm, passion and faith. It is for this reason that the charismatic leader often described as a being with an air of special energy.