House and Philosophy: Everybody Lies - Henry Jacoby, William Irwin

Although I am not particularly interested in philosophy, this book was very easy to read. The analysis of House and several chapters were interesting, and I don't think it is necessary to be fan of House to appreciate the book. I specially like that one of my favorite episodes was mentioned and analyzed several times, "One day, one room".


There are also comparisons between House and Sherlock Holmes; at this point I wonder how I did not notice some obvious facts: House = Holmes; Wilson = Watson, House fond of music, House and all his manias, House and his personality, etc, etc.