Well I have something to say about this whole Sokal hoax.
I didn't think about it on my own, but red this on twitter. However I don't think bad about this, because maybe they also stole it from someone else.
Sokal hoax is an anecdote. Its some person who managed to crack the system at some weak point of it. However, using it as a "proof" for something is, ironically, unscientific.
Do you want to check whether the Humanities are just silly jargon, or if there is real depth in it? Construct this very simple experiment - take 5 of those "jokes" papers, and 5 reall papers from prestigious publications and let researchers on those fields (philosophy, gender studies and so on...) to read and decide which paper is a joke and which one is not. This way you can have a real scientific answer.
(It was done with so called "wine experts" and indeed found out that they don't really have the super power of knowing which of the wines is a cheap wine you can buy on the super market and which one is some super expensive and luxurious wine...)
And also a sidenot - such "Sokal hoxes", of writing papers full of silly jargon that ending up passing peer review were done on the fields of biology, physics and also math.