What Is the Great Man Theory?


Aristotle's Great Man Theory is a theory that supports the notion that humans cannot develop talents that they do not have. Another theory related to that of Aristotle, The Great Man theory, is one that believes that great men or heroes can to a wide extent explain what history is all about. This theory is linked to the nineteenth-century Scottish historian, Thomas Carlyle.
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An approach to history associated with the nineteenth-century Scottish historian Thomas Carlyle, who declared, “The history of the world is but the biography of great men.&rdquo
The Great Man theory believes that leaders are born and not made. Great leaders will arise when there
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