Battlestar Galactica and Philosophy

By Josef Steiff, Tristan D. Tamplin

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A more competent book than the other book on Cylon Philosophy I read; Battlestar Galactica and Philosophy: Knowledge Here Begins Out There. The essays had more depth and felt less like they had armchair philosophers in mind. But then again the Feminazi Chapter had me furious and enraged as with all feminist chapters, but this one went over the top because BSG has nothing but strong women and no gender issues exist in the BSG universe and yet they found issues with Starbuck because somehow she’s not girly enough. No matter what, you can never win with feminists, but I digress. The book also had plenty of chapters linking the old and new BSG together with philosophy which was a good twist.

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Definitely better than my previous read on BSG and philosophy. Short essays still but meatier.

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