Of course the real interest in the question lies not in the grammatical confusion that partially obscures the meaning, but in the easy assumption that human suffering must be caused be caused by the sin of an individual himself or by the sins of his ancestors, whose guilt he has inherited.
In this first episode in a four part series, Jim Easton and Dr. Fleming talk about the First Book of Gulliver’s Travels and set the work in its historical context. The series is being offered as a gift to Charter Subscribers, and, when it is complete, the episodes will be made available at a small fee to non-charter subscribers and the general public.
The first volume of Properties of Blood has been ready to go for some time, but I have failed to find a designer for the covers. It should be an easy task, since I want something even simpler than the cover of The Morality of Everyday Life, but I am completely at sea. I used to have people working for me who could deal with these things or a contract with a regular publisher. I am out of my element and would appreciate any recommendations or assistance,