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The Great Man Theory

by George

I fully agree with Herbert Spencer. The great man theory assumes that the reason these "great man" were famous lies in the "fact" that they must, in comparison to others, have a particular trait or a combination of, which set them apart from their human peers. Perhaps, they became famous, not because they had some special skills, but because they an idea or concept that impacted many individuals. Thus, as a consequence, someone found it worthy to make note of it within the literature.

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Oct 29, 2015
Great MannTheory
by: Ryder Chave

George the great man theory has good points. History does not remember every man there are just few, either due to their great natural abilities and skills or due to their endless effort or extraordinary fate. You know, success and leadership is a big topic of discussion. In which these topics as well as research on them are discussed through every aspect.

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