Philosophy and Entrepreneurship Education
Author: Dr. Noureddine Chebbi |Pages: 106-127|

Abstract: As the field of entrepreneurship is one of the areas that require to acquire a variety of skills related to innovation and Management, the education of entrepreneurship, and the establishment of entrepreneurial culture, require the development of the interdisciplinary studies on the question of entrepreneurship. The formation of the entrepreneur is attended by specialists in diverse fields such as economics, management, political science, sociology, psychology and history. But there is a weak attention, especially in Arab societies, to the expected role of philosophy, despite the contribution it can achieve in this area. Therefore, this research presents the justifications that explain the need to use philosophy in entrepreneurship education:   First, philosophy serves to define the meaning of entrepreneurial action as a concept.


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