Alan Sokal’s Beyond the Hoax has been out a few weeks, but I’ve at last got a copy. It reprints his wonderful “Transgressing the boundaries” parody with a running commentary of annotations on the opposite pages (or at least, the commentary would have been on opposite pages if he’d got the LaTeXing right!). And it has a selection of other papers, all written with his characteristic verve, directness and good sense. There is better philosophy of science here than is purveyed by some philosophers of science.
And incidentally, I was amused by Sokal’s cheerful abuse of the intellectual pretensions of religion — witness e.g. his description of the Pope as “the leader of a major pseudoscientific cult”. Agree or disagree, you are at least very clear where Sokal stands (which is more that can be said for some writers on religion …).