As a literary critic, Stanley Fish seemed to speak for the radical edge of postmodernism.
Now a law-school professor, he seems to have been Borked.
Writing on the recent Supremes' decision allowing a California Law School to remove the Christian Legal Society from its sanctioned list of student organizations because it demanded Christian sexual behavior of its officers, Fish opines that the decison treats Christian behavior as if it were entirely unrelated to Christian belief. Hence, the policy is inherently discriminatory toward religious groups that don't separate the two.
So Fish sides with Alito and the conservatives on this, and does so with considerable analysis of the arguments.
We await the longer-term reaction to Stanley Fish's transformation from the literary elites who once esteemed him. Sooner or later, the Fish who writes stuff like this will be deemed most foul.