Difference between revisions of "Napoleonic Complex"

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A power-hungry person's intent on taking over everything in sight. Generally thought to be in response to some perceived inadequacy, (ex. Napoleon's shortness).
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A power-hungry person's intent on taking over everything in sight. Generally thought to be in response to some perceived inadequacy, (ex. Napoleon's shortness). Lucifier is usually seen as the quintessenssial victim of this complex.

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A power-hungry person's intent on taking over everything in sight. Generally thought to be in response to some perceived inadequacy, (ex. Napoleon's shortness). Lucifier is usually seen as the quintessenssial victim of this complex.