… Namely, Scholarship and Showmanship (previous post)
"The suffix '-schaft ' (cognate with the English '-ship ')
can be added to nouns…."
For instance —
"… I’d rely on the old sociological distinction between gemeinschaft and gesellschaft . All across the world, we have masses of voters who live in a world of gemeinschaft : where relationships are personal, organic and fused by particular affections. These people define their loyalty to community, faith and nation in personal, in-the-gut sort of ways.
But we have a leadership class and an experience of globalization that is from the world of gesellschaft : where systems are impersonal, rule based, abstract, indirect and formal."
— David Brooks, New York Times columnist, Jan. 20, 2017