By Charles Lindholm
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Crowd psychology thus asserts that modern humanity will not be lost in the rationalized world posited by Weber; his picture of the triumph of calculation is denied. But neither will society be reborn in spontaneous collective rituals creating new moral worlds, as Durkheim thought, since even though crowd psychology affirms the Durkheimian premise of the compelling, transpersonal, emotional character of the crowd, that character is not at all moral.
Weber 1978: 401). In the physical paroxysm the devout, intoxicated and ecstatic, can escape from their ordinary miseries by dissolving their separateness in the "objectless acosmism of love" (M. 7 30 The participatory communion offered by the charismatic leader is understood by Weber as having an absolute value for human beings: They have been considered specifically consecrated and divine because of their psychic extraordinariness and because of the intrinsic value of the respective states conditioned by them....
The mobilizing example is replicated maximally, immediately, and as energetically as possible, because in mimesis form and solidity are attained. 5 The more intense the stimulus, and the more it is focused and undiluted by other competing stimuli, the more powerful it will be, and the more it will compel automatic and exact imitation, since individuals, in their primal undiffer- 48 entiated group state, involuntarily respond to anything which gives them a definite form, regardless of the particular shape.
Charisma by Charles Lindholm