Love: The Only Risk House Can’t Take
House and Philosophy: Everybody Lies
"Dr. Gregory House is arguably the most complex and challenging antihero in the history of television, but is there more to this self-important genius than gray matter and ego? This book takes a deeper look at House to reveal the philosophical underpinnings of this popular medical drama and its cane-waving curmudgeon's most outrageous behavior. What emerges is a remarkable character who is part Sherlock Holmes, part Socratic philosopher, part Nietzschean superman, part Taoist rhetorician, and not at all as screwed up as you might think."--Jacket
“Love: The Only Risk House Can’t Take”, in Henry Jacoby (ed.), House and Philosophy: Everybody Lies, Blackwell, 2009.