There are a lot of "posts" in these two books: post-structuralist, post-foundationalist, post-modernist, post-liberal. There are a lot of "antis" too: anti-individualist, anti-reductivist, anti-foundationalist, anti-rationalist, anti-naturalist, anti-realist, anti-relativist. These two authors are saying what a lot of people are saying, namely, that we are post-something, and either anti the things we are post or anti the antis that are also post. For my part, I used to be post-anti, but now I am anti-post and trying hard to be post-anti-post. I need all the help I can get, and so I am glad to have read Murphy and van Huyssteen.
He ends with this:
... reading them has convinced me that it is harder to stay above the fray as a cool post-anti-post when post and anti-post arguments are flying through the air all around me. Ah, maybe next time.