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  1. Henry Jacoby (2013). You Know, I Learned Something Today. In Robert Arp & Kevin S. Decker (eds.), The Ultimate South Park and Philosophy: Respect My Philosophah! Wiley-Blackwell. 19--28.
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  2. Henry Owen Jacoby (ed.) (2012). Game of Thrones and Philosophy: Logic Cuts Deeper Than Swords. Wiley.
    Machine generated contents note: ForewordAcknowledgments: How I was spared from having to take the BlackIntroduction: So What if Winter Is Coming?Part One. "You Win or You Die"1. Maester Hobbes Goes to King's Landing Greg Littmann2. It is a Great Crime to Lie to a King Don Fallis3. Playing the Game of Thrones: Some Lessons from Machiavelli Marcus Schulzke4. The War in Westeros and Just War Theory Richard H. CorriganPart Two. "The Things I Do for Love"5. Winter is Coming! The Bleak (...)
     
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  3. Henry Jacoby (2008). House and Philosophy: Everybody Lies. Wiley.
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  4. J. Jeremy Wisnewski & Henry Jacoby (2007). Failures of Sight: An Argument for Moral Perception. American Philosophical Quarterly 44 (3):229 - 244.
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  5. Henry Jacoby (1991). Is Agnosticism Unreasonable? Sophia 30 (2-3):35-41.
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  6. H. Jacoby (1990). Empirical Functionalism and Conceivability Arguments. Philosophical Psychology 2 (3):271-82.
    Functionalism, the philosophical theory that defines mental states in terms of their causal relations to stimuli, overt behaviour, and other inner mental states, has often been accused of being unable to account for the qualitative character of our experimential states. Many times such objections to functionalism take the form of conceivability arguments. One is asked to imagine situations where organisms who are in a functional state that is claimed to be a particular experience either have the qualitative character of that (...)
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  7. H. Jacoby (1985). Eliminativism, Meaning, and Qualitative States. Philosophical Studies 47 (March):257-70.