The romantic philosophy of mind: the elevation of emotion to the (anti-)heroic ideal EUGENIE A . SAMIER
Romanticism plays virtually no role theoretically in educational administration and leadership even though many of its strong inﬂuences originated in the Romantic movement. Historically, Romanticism served a critical and formational role in the development of the Humboldt university model (see Clark 2006: 210-15, 226-30, 443-9) that established worldwide fundamental teaching and scholarship criteria for the modern research university. It is upon this foundation that many notions of higher education administration and leadership were built.