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What they mean when they say “merit”

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With respect to the inverse Sokal Hoax we discussed earlier, this surely merits an award for Outstanding Achievement in the Field of Self-Refutation:

Asserting that “merit” means “a scientific journal is obligated to publish a mediocre, unoriginal op-ed because two of its countless nominal co-authors once won a famous prize” might be an indication that the concept of “merit” may not be quite as straightforward as the mediocre op-ed assumes!

Personally, I find a definition of “merit” that would seem to imply that the if the LA Chargers knew what they were doing they would replace Justin Herbert with Dan Fouts as their QB in 2023 rather wanting.

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