Revolutionary and thrilling
A provocative book that challenges us all to reclaim our lives from a distant elite
The Sunday Times
Hilton’s plea will strike many chords with readers
A powerful and authentic voice … captivating
I was both startled and then seduced by his words and ideas … [a] globally respected thinker
A cri de coeur about the dehumanisation of modern government and the corrupting of the ruling class
More Human by Steve Hilton is a very timely book and a powerful call for change in how we measure success and how we value what is most important in our lives. We need a more human way of living and, in this compelling book, Steve Hilton shows us how we can achieve it.
Hilton is the leading modern day exponent of a humanist tradition dating back 2,500 years. His book is a powerful manifesto of sanity in a world in which the human dimension is under ever greater attack from forces that appear to swamp it.
Hilton convinces us that to solve problems we need to work bottom up from the human scale, rather than top down from abstract ideas. One of the most important things people are looking for in their lives is kindness, something that is simply not captured by any of the systems governments use today. He urges us to fight the commodification of policy-making and make things work on a specific, human level.
Nassim Nicholas Taleb
The greatest asset that any organisation has – whether in government, business or philanthropy – is people. Yet too often, decision makers treat people more as an abstraction than an asset, leaving those they serve and employ feeling disconnected and disillusioned, and leaving major social and economic problems to fester. More Human picks apart this problem and challenges leaders in every field to look for innovative new solutions by looking people in the eye. You don’t have to agree with every prescription Hilton offers to recognise the value of his approach.
More Human in parts, is bolder, more unabashedly moral than any by Labour insiders.
A thrilling book
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