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Charisma (Graece χάρισμα 'donum gratiae', 'favor libere datus' < χάρις 'gratia'[1][2]) est lepor vel venustas cogens, quae studium aliis inicere potest.[3]

Eruditi in sociologia, scientia politica, psychologia, et administratione hoc vocabulum generi ductus adhibere solent, quod inusitatatum videtur.[4][5][6][7][8][9][10] In quibus provinciis scientiae, vocabulum charisma ad certum ducis genus describendum adhibetur, hominis qui "symbolica ducis signa in principiis condita animique motibus impleta dat.[11][12][13]

In theologia Christiana, charisma est dotatio vel vis insolita a Spiritu Sancto data.[14]

Graeci antiqui charisma personalitatis suis deis attribuere solebant; exempli gratia, charisma, venustatem, pulchritudinem, naturam, creativitatem humanam, fertilitatem deabus Charitibus[15] appellatis attribuebant.

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Robert Beekes, Etymological Dictionary of Greek (Brill, 2010), 1607.
  2. Michael N. Ebeetz, "Charisma," in Religion Past & Present, ed. Hans Dieter Betz et al. (Brill, 2007), 493.
  3. New Oxford American Dictionary, ed. Angus Stevenson et Christine A. Lindberg (Oxoniae: Oxford University Press, 2010).
  4. Joosse 2014.
  5. James MacGregor Burns, Leadership (Novi Eboraci: Harper & Row, 1978).
  6. James MacGregor Burns, Leadership (Open Road Media, 2012), ISBN 9781453245170.
  7. J. V. Downton, Rebel Leadership: Commitment and Charisma in the Revolutionary Process (Novi Eboraci: The Free Press, 1973)
  8. B. M. Bass, Leadership and performance beyond expectations (Novi Eboraci: The Free Press, 1985).
  9. R. J. House, "A 1976 Theory of Charismatic Leadership," In [The Cutting Edge, ed. J. G. Hunt et L. L. Larson (Carbondale: Southern Illinois: University Press, 1977), 189–207).
  10. Antonakis, John; Fenley, Marika; Liechti, Sue (2011). "Can Charisma be Taught? Tests of Two Interventions". Academy of Management Learning & Education 10 (3): 374–396 .
  11. Anglice "[uses] values-based, symbolic, and emotion-laden leader signaling."
  12. Antonakis, Bastardoz, Jacquart, et Shamir 2016.
  13. Grabo, Spisak, et Van Vugt 2017.
  14. Browning 2010.
  15. Graece Χάριτες.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Antonakis, John, Nicolas Bastardoz, Philippe Jacquart, et Boas Shamir. 2016. "An Ill-Defined and Ill-Measured Gift." Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior 3: 293–319. doi:10.1146/annurev-orgpsych-041015-062305. Editio interretialis.
  • Browning, W. R. F. "Spiritual gifts." In A Dictionary of the Bible, ed. secunda. Oxoniae: Oxford University Press. ISBN 0199543992, ISBN 978-0199543991.
  • Grabo, Allen, Brian R. Spisak, et Mark Van Vugt. 2017. "Charisma as signal: An evolutionary perspective on charismatic leadership." The Leadership Quarterly 28 (4): 473–85. doi:10.1016/j.leaqua.2017.05.001.
  • Joosse, Paul. 2014. "Becoming a God: Max Weber and the social construction of charisma." Journal of Classical Sociology 14 (3): 266–83. doi=10.1177/1468795X14536652.

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Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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