The following is from Faith & Reason Edited by Paul Helm, Chapter 59: David Hume, Analogies and Disanalogies
1. "And what say you to the discoveries in anatomy, chemistry, botany?"
2. "Secondly, you have no reason, on your theory, for ascribing perfection to the Deity, even in his finite capacity; or for supposing him free from every error,
mistake, or incoherence, in his undertakings. "
I don't understand the structure of the text in bold face in '1'. Can someone please help me?
Why is there a comma after incoherence in '2'?
If '2' is a case of change of punctuation rules over time, then a 'yes' will do for an answer.
PS: I find the quotation related functionality a little less convincing than it was in the previous platform, and I think something should be done about it. Does anyone agree?