I have conducted an argument about vulnerability, which also implies that dishonesty is praiseworthy. In the next sentence I say:
A case in praise of dishonesty?!
And I mean to say, with a satirical connotation, that what is said also implies that sometimes dishonesty is actually good.
I think the common phrase is "a case for" but I want to use "in praise of dishonesty" as it refers to another significant text. So can I say "a case in praise of"? Or maybe other suggestions?