Is a vector of revision, a universal wave that erases the self-portrait of man drawn in sand. It relentlessly revises what it means to be human by removing its supposed evident characteristics and preserving certain invariances. At the same time, inhumanism registers itself as a demand for construction, to define what it means to be human by treating human as a constructible hypothesis, a space of multiple navigations and interventions.

Reza Negarestani, 2014, Labour of the Inhuman, part1: Human