Every time I find the meaning of life, they change it. The words of Reinhold Niebuhr provide the title and set the tone for what is a wryly humorous look at some of the great philosophical prouncements on the most important question we can face. Daniel Klein's philosophical journey began fifty years ago with just this conundrum; he began an undergraduate degree in philosophy at Harvard University to glean some clue as to what the answer could be. Now in his seventies, Klein looks back at the wise words of the great philosophers and considers how his own life has measured up. Told with the same brilliantly dry sense of humour that made Travels with Epicurus a Sunday Times bestseller, Every Time I Find the Meaning of Life, They Change It is a pithy, dry, and eminently readable commentary on one of the most profound subjects there is.
Daniel Klein is an acclaimed writer of both fiction and non-fiction. His previous books include international bestseller Travels with Epicurus and Plato and a Platypus Walk into a Bar, which he co-authored.