charisma

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Synonyms for charisma

Synonyms for charisma

Synonyms for charisma

a personal attractiveness or interestingness that enables you to influence others

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Falco focuses not so much on Bolingbroke's personal charisma, a topic that has received much attention under other labels, but on Richard's paradoxical negotiation between personal and the impersonal charisma in a political structure that has reified "lineage charisma," a state in which "lineage replaces the unique leader with the impersonal--and presumably more stable--authority of a family" (71).
Falco sees Hamlet as struggling unsuccessfully with the charisma of his departed father.
But because no definition of erotic charisma exists in the sociological literature, although Weber does attend to the role of the erotic in charismatic groups, this is perhaps the most adventurous chapter in the book.