Postmodernism disrobed

  title={Postmodernism disrobed},
  author={Richard Dawkins},

An extra‐memetic empirical methodology to accompany theoretical memetics

Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to describe the difficulties encountered by researchers who are looking to operationalise theoretical memetics and provide a methodological avenue for studies

Emergency Responses Under COVID-19: Development Assistance, ‘Structural Violence’, and ‘Interpretive Labour’ in Samoa

Data gathered in Samoa before and after the declaration of the COVID-19 pandemic on 11 March 2020 compare and contrast the nature and extent of ‘structural violence’ perpetrated by ‘egoistic’

Postgraduate Education in a Postcurriculum Context

  • Derek Jones
  • Education
    Online Postgraduate Education in a Postdigital World
  • 2021


Language and dialogue in philosophy and science

Abstract This article gives an overview of how ‘language’ and ‘dialogue’ are dealt with in recent approaches of philosophy, science and dialogue analysis. The philosophy of language is outlined by

Philosophical Approach to the Statutory Drafting

  • Martin Skop
  • Political Science
    Acta Universitatis Lodziensis. Folia Iuridica
  • 2020
This article traces the relationship between the law-making process and narratives. Undoubtedly, how statutes are created is a constitutional question, yet the Constitution regulates only part of

Lacan the Mathematical Charlatan

In 1998, Alan Sokal and Jean Bricmont published Fashionable Nonsense, a book that attacks the misuse of scientific and mathematical terms in French theory; Lacan is their target in the first chapter.

Humor, Hoaxes, and Software in the Search for Academic Misconduct

By contrast, a new generation of independent watchdogs and bloggers interested in academic misconduct employ jokes, pranks, witty pseudonyms, and humorous hoaxes as a part of their critique and as