Firstly, by the claim of 'the pedagogy of inter-being,' this book calls for the return to the relationship of pedagogic encounter and the generated field of pedagogical problematic in order to humanize the pedagogical knowledge for the entrepreneuring of the worldliness and realness of pedagogical epistemology of the field. Secondly, it tries to respond to the trend of contemporary continental philosophy, that is, the return to the real and the concept of immanence, by the proposal of 'the pedagogy of event' to suggest that pedagogy should notice the becoming nature of life and understand the ontological implication of event in terms of unfolding the filed of Being. Next, the book corresponds to contemporary development of 'the narrative pedagogy', and concerns not only the potentials of narrative in terms of the meaning-making of subjective worlds and the organizing of community but also the capacity of serving as the passage towards understanding the experience of entrepreneuring of the immanence of subject. Lastly, it is attempted in this book that by the pedagogy of entrepreneuring, the nature of learning as entrepeneuring is emphasized, and to investigate how entrepreneuring could become the creative process of practice of subjectivity and the worldly realities by reconsidering the approach of entrepreneuring in entrepreneurship studies.
Through 'the pedagogy of entrepreneuring', it is expected in the book to lead the readers to enter a boarder pedagogical world and to see the constant becoming and creation within the process of learning, sailing from the immanence of individual life towards the limitless possibilities of realities entrepreneuring.?
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About the Author
He is particularly interested in Foucaultian and Deleuzain thinking and implications, philosophy of curriculum, critical pedagogy, and Culture Studies in education. Current research interests mainly include on the methodological issues of Narrative Enquiry, the epistemological issues of Entrepreneurial Learning, and the ontological issues of entrepreneurs' subjectivity and identity.
He joined Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britian (PESGB), Philosophy of Education Society of Australasia (PESA) and has published many articles and books both in English and Chinese.