what you said was this: "I admit I haven't read the book but, when no arguments can be found against science, the last resort seem to be philosophical arguments and post-modernism."
if you did not intend offer an argument that the book is philosophical in nature, you should not have implied that it is. so you are guilty of two fundamental errors; offering opinion on a matter you have not first made yourself familiar and then falsely offering a distraction as criticism. you did not catch your errors and either repair or report them, so let's make that three fundamental errors.
if you want to scorn philosophy and post-modernism, go ahead. and if you want to write an essay on the rigors of the scientific method, that's fine. but when you use sloppy syntax and association you only make yourself the a target in the thread. and when, instead of admitting your errors, you defend them, you make yourself the easiest target.
my view is that if you're going to defend science get your shit together or keep your mouth shut.