This chapter examines the relationship between scholar and entrepreneur. It recasts the question of loyalty in terms of the tensions between precision and scope in defining the basic building blocks of our inquiry. The values underpinning the inquiry are then defined in terms of a relationship with an external reality (objectivity) or contribution to a particular community (solidarity). They invite us to look at entrepreneurs and see their past, or with entrepreneurs and explore their future. This creates an important distinction between descriptive and design science as modes of inquiry, each pursuing different utility.