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CMST 472 Lecture 2: Historical Views of Ldrshp
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Spring 2017

Department
Communication Studies
Course Code
CMST 472
Professor
Nan Li
Lecture
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2/1/17
Historical Views of Ldrshp
- The Beginnings
o Leaders as prophets, priests, chiefs, kings
o Odyssey ldrs should maintain social distance
o Myths created to provide explanations for dominance of ldrs/submission of
subordinates
o Study of history = study of ldrs
o Pharaoh qualities = authoritative, perception, justice
o Confucius set moral ex., manip. rewards/punishments for teaching right/good
o Taoism ldr to work himself out of job by making ppl believe successes were due to
efforts
o Iliad (Homer) inspirational ldrshp
Justice/judgment
Wisdom/counsel
Shrewdness/cunning
Valor/activism
o Republic (Plato) ed. to rule w/order & reason
o The Prince (Machiavelli) risks or ldrshp/resistance to it
Steadiness, fairness, concern for maintenance of auth./power/order in gov.
o Philosophy of Mind (Hegel) by serving as follower, ldr can best understand
followers
- The Hero as King
o Leader should…
Furnish w/constant prac. teaching
Tell ppl what to do
Wisest/fittest
True-hearted/just/noble
- Rulers & Geerals Are History’s “laes
o Ppl w/power should carry out will of weak indiv.
Due to diverse/complex causes
o Higher on social ladder = more ppl connected w/more power over oth.
o In history, great men = labels giving names to events
Small connection w/event itself
Their acts are predetermined by destiny/eternity
- The Republic (Plato)
o Excessive increase of anything causes reaction in opposite direction
Excess lib. = excess slavery
o Ppl always have champion whom they set over them & nurse into greatness
o Tyrant = kind/good
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find more resources at oneclass.com 2/1/17 Historical Views of Ldrshp - The Beginnings o Leaders as prophets, priests, chiefs, kings o Odyssey ldrs should maintain social distance o Myths created to provide explanations for dominance of ldrs/submission of subordinates o Study of history = study of ldrs o Pharaoh qualities = authoritative, perception, justice o Confucius set moral ex., manip. rewards/punishments for teaching right/good o Taoism ldr to work himself out of job by making ppl believe successes were due to efforts o Iliad (Homer) inspirational ldrshp  Justice/judgment  Wisdom/counsel  Shrewdness/cunning  Valor/activism o Republic (Plato) ed. to rule w/order & reason o The Prince (Machiavelli) risks or ldrshp/resistance to it  Steadiness, fairness, concern for maintenance of auth./power/order in gov. o Philosophy of Mind (Hegel) by serving as follower, ldr can best understand followers - The Hero as King o Leader should…  Furnish w/constant prac. teaching  Tell ppl what to do  Wisest/fittest  True-hearted/just/noble - Rulers & Ge▯erals Are ▯History’s “la▯es▯ o Ppl w/power should carry out will of weak indiv.  Due to diverse/complex causes o Higher on social ladder = more ppl connected w/more power over oth. o In history, great men = labels giving names to events  Small connection w/event itself  Their acts are predetermined by destiny/eternity - The Republic (Plato) o Excessive increase of anything causes reaction in opposite direction  Excess lib. = excess slavery o Ppl always have champion whom they set over them & nurse into greatness o Tyrant = kind/good find more resources at oneclass.com find more resources at oneclass.com  Stirs up war & grows unpop. o Philosophers should rule due to their nature  Love knowledge  Love true being  Man of ambition  Gift of good memory  Quick to learn  Noble, gracious, friend of truth, justice, courage, temperance - Politics (Aristotle) o Ruler/subject relationship  One class should rule/oth. should serve  All citizens should take turns governing/being governed  Equality exists in same treatment of sim. persons o No gov. can stand not founded upon justice  Those who learn to command must learn to obey o Should consid. parts of soul/functions & diversities of human lives/actions o Do what is best, nec., & honorable - How Princes Should Keep Faith (Machiavelli) o 2 ways of contending 1 by law/1 by force o Skillful in s
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