Found via looking up readings on amor fati, but this is a very wide-ranging book on the history of Western thought and it's implications for life (very Meaningness in scope). Have not read, but looks interesting!
Skimming the end, he opposes materialism (in its sort of stoic philsophical form) with transcendence, and makes the argument for the latter. I don't know, this strikes me as verging on the really stupid phil arguments I tend to get into. I'm a cybernetic materialist, not an everything-is-dead materialist.