... dakle istina je jedna i svako ima pravo na nju, te samim tim je i individualna, posebna i razumu jasna...
Ako je 'jedna', kako je 'individualna'?
I uopste, kako rece onaj lik - a sta je to istina?
Doduse, bese i neki Sokal, koji je urednicima naucnih casopisa, slao 'edgar_caysovsku' salatu od reci & 'ideja', pa ih je kasnije razotkrio i ismejao.
Bese poveci skandal, sve sa ostavkama.
>> ... The Sokal affair, also called the Sokal hoax, was a publishing hoax perpetrated by Alan Sokal, a physics professor at New York Universityand University College London. In 1996, Sokal submitted an article to Social Text, an academic journal of postmodern cultural studies. The submission was an experiment to test the journal's intellectual rigor and, specifically, to investigate whether "a leading North American journal of cultural studies – whose editorial collective includes such luminaries as Fredric Jameson and Andrew Ross – [would] publish an article liberally salted with nonsense if (a) it sounded good and (b) it flattered the editors' ideological preconceptions".
The article, "Transgressing the Boundaries: Towards a Transformative Hermeneutics of Quantum Gravity", was published in the Social Textspring/summer 1996 "Science Wars" issue. It proposed that quantum gravity is a social and linguistic construct. At that time, the journal did not practice academic peer review and it did not submit the article for outside expert review by a physicist. On the day of its publication in May 1996, Sokal revealed in Lingua Franca that the article was a hoax, identifying it as "a pastiche of left-wing cant, fawning references, grandiose quotations, and outright nonsense ... structured around the silliest quotations [by postmodernist academics] he could find about mathematics and physics."
The hoax sparked a debate about the scholarly merit of humanistic commentary about the physical sciences; the influence of postmodern philosophy on social disciplines in general; academic ethics, including whether Sokal was wrong to deceive the editors and readers of Social Text; and whether Social Text had exercised appropriate intellectual rigor. ... <<
U principu, svaki urednik koji drzi do sebe i svog casopisa - bi trebao skribomansku salatu 'automatskog govorenja' trenutno da otpremi u 'recycle bin'. To je, jednostavno, nepismeno - sami tim necitljivo.
I redovno cisti comp.