George A. Dunn

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George A. Dunn
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BSG Universe: Re-imagined Series
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George A. Dunn is a contributing writer of Battlestar Galactica and Philosophy: Knowledge Here Begins Out There, a collection of essays dealing with the philosophical aspects of the Re-imagined Series.

Dunn contributed the essay, "Being Boomer: Identity, Alienation and Evil" to the collection.

Dunn teaches Philosophy at Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis, regularly co-teaching a course on Philosophy in Pop Culture with Jason T. Eberl, the book's editor and Dunn's colleague.

Dunn is a visiting lecturer at Purdue University and the University of Indianapolis.

Dunn's biography in the book humorously notes that, "Recently, at a Bob Dylan concert, he discovered that he was a Cylon" (an inside joke to The Music as heard in the Season 3 conclusion, "Crossroads, Part II").