... an insightful and lucid essay on the fate of human subjects. A serious and grave assessment of the modernity of the late twentieth century.
John Rundell, University of Melbourne
... an engaging and parallel text to Hannah Arendt's The Human Condition. He at once reminds us of the importance of Arendt's work in a manner accessible to the lay reader, and revitalizes Arendt's approach by making it his own and by updating it with applications to our end-of-the century social and moral dilemmas ...
Rob Shields, Carleton University
... a remarkable book, for its boldness, its imaginative reasoning, its grip on the condition of our time and its profoundly personal character.
Peter Wagner, Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin Fur Sozialforschung
The Inhuman Condition is a serious book for serious times, serving as a sharp reminder of the dangers of complacency in the face of alienating processes.
Canadian Philosophical Reviews
About the Author
Keith Tester is Reader in Social and Cultural Theory, the School of Historical Studies, the University of Portsmouth.