Jan 10, 2017
This special episode is with a man I have admired for years. Daniel Klein. Daniel is the author of the book I regularly refer to: Travels with Epicurus.
Daniel, better known as Danny, is a New York Times Best Selling author, for a book written with his friend Tom Cathcart, titled When Plato and a Plautus Walk Into a Bar. It’s a book about philosophy; but it’s philosophy explained by jokes!! And good jokes at that. Several times I was caught in public laughing out load as I read the book.
Danny is a very, very funny guy, astute philosopher, but mostly, for me, he is a man on a never-ending quest to make sense of “the meaning of life.”
Today we will spend much of our time discussing Danny’s latest book: “Every Time I Find the Meaning of Life, They Change it!)
But as you know with me, I really had no idea where our conversation would end up. It was funny, wild, and enormously informing.
Don’ miss Danny!!!
Daniel Klein, Every Time I Find the Meaning of Life, They Change It.
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