His is undergraduate level, so I'm a bit higher than him.
Now let us all be memes and click on the display to find the readability levels for blog after blog.
In order to protect the status of the reading level here acquired, and it not being weakened by this simple entry, I include an extract from the Archbishop of Canterbury's recent lecture (1 May) on Religious Faith and Human Rights (London School of Economics), which I have commented upon. Notice the textual error. Can you spot it?
And the sexual involvement or non-involvement of the body is a primary locus for the making of sense; denial of this liberty is the denial of something absolutely fundamental (which is why sexual abuse is indeed a prime instance of rights being violated, the body becoming an instrument for someone else's 'meanings', a tool for the construction of another person's sense-making. The recognition of a body as a human body is, in this framework, the foundation of recognising the rights of another; and to recognise a body as a human body is to recognise that it is a vehicle of communication. It is not a recondite point.