Herostratic Fame: The Psychology Behind Seeking Attention and Its Impact on Financial Behaviour

In the annals of history lies the tale of Herostratus, a man who, in 356 BC, set fire to the Temple of Artemis, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, solely to etch his name into the annals of notoriety. This act epitomizes the concept of Herostratic Fame—a term derived from his name—wherein …

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