Those physicists were putting down philosophers, not philosophy.
He then complains that physicists talk about Popper instead of subsequent work on paradigm shifts.
Maybe that is because the work on paradigm shifts is just too stupid to discuss.
Finally he thinks that physicists should quit philosophizing about string theory, and join the fight against homeopaths and psychics.
I could get that criticism also -- why do I attack bogus physics when there are so many more bogus things to attack?
Sorry, I have no knowledge or interest in homeopaths and psychics.
The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy is a useful resource. It has articles by philosophers, as opposed to Wikipedia, which allows editing by anyone.
If you want to see how philosophy has degenerated, see this comment:
SEP articles devoted to feminism and feminist philosophy:The field is still mostly male, as opposed to some social sciences that are overrun with women.
Feminist Perspectives on Trans Issues
Feminist Perspectives on Rape
Latin American Feminism
Feminist Perspectives on Objectification
Feminist Epistemology and Philosophy of Science
Feminist Moral Psychology
Feminist Philosophy of Law
*Feminist Perspectives on Science
Feminist Perspectives on Sex Markets
Feminist Perspectives on the Body
Feminist Perspectives on Disability
Feminist Philosophy of Religion
Feminist Philosophy of Language
Feminist Perspectives on the Self
Feminist Social Epistemology
*Feminist Perspectives on Sex and Gender
Feminist Environmental Philosophy
Feminist Philosophy of Biology
Feminist Perspectives on Class and Work
Feminist History of Philosophy
Feminist Perspectives on Globalization
Feminist Perspectives on Power
Feminist Political Philosophy
*The History of Feminism: Marie-Jean-Antoine-Nicolas de Caritat, Marquis de Condorcet
Intersections Between Analytic and Continental Feminism
Intersections Between Pragmatist and Continental Feminism
There are a total of thirty-seven articles devoted to feminism and feminist issues in the SEP. I have omitted from the above list (complete) articles devoted to a number of significant feminist philosophers and thinkers.
There is no agreement in these articles on what term feminism means, nor is there any anti-feminism view described.