Not to be confused with eigenvalue.
And The New Yorker was born:
The Igon Value Problem: when a writer’s education on a topic consists in interviewing an expert, he is apt to offer generalizations that are banal, obtuse or flat wrong.
I am of course being unfair here to the New Yorker, which is a fine magazine to which I subscribe. However, I do feel that they sometimes stray into this territory, especially when it comes to writing about current events that are outside their normal purview; good examples are the financial crisis or in a recent article about UAVs when they attempted to provide context on the laws of war.