Philosophy and physics have no more in common than do philosophy and religion. Philosophy is an autonomous institution. Its job is to analyze and explicate the concepts of (1) professions (e.g., law, medicine, theology), (2) academic disciplines (e.g., linguistics, economics, physics), and (3) institutions (e.g., morality, art, government). The philosopher has no standing to criticize these concepts. His or her job is to get things right, not to set things right.