Critique, entrepreneurship, practice: a prolegomenon

Pascal Dey

Critique, as Rosa (2009) reminds us, is a constitutive element of human practice. Whenever everyday life demands a decision, evaluation or justification, human practice is exposed to critique. This is no different for entrepreneurship, since where different ways of doing entrepreneurship exist there is always the possibility that entrepreneurship is done wrong (Harris, Sapienza & Bowie, 2009), i.e. in ways that are incommensurate with the advancement of the common good (Horkheimer, 1982). This book, Revitalizing Entrepreneurship Education, makes critique the central motto of entrepreneurship education. While the individual chapters, each in their own unique way, express ...

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