Author(s): Daniel Klein
What's the best way to answer some of the biggest questions in life--questions like: Does God exist? What is the meaning of life? Is there a basic principle for all moral decisions? What is the best way to organise society? How do we know what is true? Are there limits to what we can know? Why do things exist? Is there life after death? Is there a design to the Universe? What is a 'self'? What is beauty? What is humankind's place in the cosmos?
New York Timesbestselling authors Daniel Klein and Thomas Cathcart have the answer: I Think, Therefore I Drawis a hilarious new exploration of philosophy through cartoons--a thorough introduction to all the major debates in philosophy through history to the present day.
Packed with humour and loaded with profound philosophical insight, I Think, Therefore I Draw will delight and enlighten readers.
Thomas Cathcart and Daniel Kleinhave known each other since they were philosophy students at Harvard. They have written several bestsellers together, including Plato and a Platypus Walk into a Barand Aristotle and an Aardvark Go to Washington. Cathcart is the author of The Trolley Problem, or Would You Throw the Fat Guy Off the Bridge?Klein's other books include Travels with Epicurusand Every Time I Find the Meaning of Life, They Change It.
'A breathtaking, entertaining and thoroughly digestible guide to some of the best thoughts ever thunk.' Weekly Reviewon Everytime I Find The Meaning of Life, They Change It
'A book with a lightness of touch that is also deeply serious and satisfying philosophically.' Weekend Australianon Travels with Epicurus
'You don't have to be old to be won over by the charms of this intelligent, playful and moving book.' Saturday Ageon Travels with Epicurus