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2013 | 49 | 1-2 | 80-89
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Das Charisma Alexanders

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THE “CHARISMA” OF ALEXANDER
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DE
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Charismatics are people who, because of their personal magnetism and persuasive powers, are able to inspire others to hitherto unheard-of achievements, and are therefore deemed to belong to the realm of the gods. Alexander the Great was able to inspire his men to achieve things that had never been heard of and, at the same time, he made a singular impression on the peoples whom he subjugated, as is attested in later legends about him. He became an ideal for pagans, Jews, Christians, and Muslims alike, and is a figure who has inspired later politicians and artists like none other.
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49
Issue
1-2
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80-89
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