THE RATIONAL ANIMAL'S END: Coe's book lays waste to an ancient myth!

FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 2020

Jeffrey Rosen makes things worse:
Over the past three or four decades, a tired old myth had come to an end.

We refer to the myth of the rational animal. In popular mythology, it started with Aristotle!

Are we humans really "the rational animal?" As the term is commonly understood, were we ever any such thing?

Chris Matthews, and our acceptance of same, helped demolish this silly old claim. So has Alexis Coe's new book, You Never Forget Your First.

Coe book lays waste to that tired old myth. And, Within a matter of weeks, this gong-show involved Jeffrey Rosen!

Is it a good thing when it doesn't even occur to major journalists to fact-check claims in a book? When it doesn't occur to major journalists to fact-check sexualized insults which form the heart of a book?

When it doesn't occur to journalists to fact-check claims which same a bit weird on their face? When professors show up in the Sunday Washington Post betraying the same approach?

Actually no, it isn't a good thing when our journalists and our professors conduct themselves in this manner. But that's the way these groups have behaved for the past thirty or forty years—and where does a culture like that end up?

Consider what Coe wrote in her ridiculous best-selling book. Also, consider Jeffrey Rosen.

Quick overview—Coe is the type of person who attracts attention by cutting-and-pasting material off web sites, then jacking her pointless material up with trendy sexual insults.

In fairness, this has been going on for decades. According to the major anthropologists with whom we consult, Coe has taken this practice to a point where her work is being described, in the future, as a leading example of "second-wave Dowdism."

In her utterly ludicrous book, Coe invents a bunch of indefensible claims about a group of male historians. She insultingly describes them as "the Thigh Men," dragging the phrase all through her book.

We've been discussing those claims all week. They involve the way these heinous, "hinky" historians are alleged to have treated Washington's teeth, but also his manly thighs.

Already, this has taken us to The Land Rational Conduct Forgot. Today, let's consider what happened when Coe discussed whether George Washington ever shtupped anyone who wasn't his wife.

Did George shtup someone who wasn't Martha? Coe restricts her pseudo-discussion of this question to a single boxed paragraph which occupies most of page 29. Below, we'll show you the way she "reasons."

Then, we'll turn to Rosen.

Did Washington ever shtup somebody else? The boxed passage starts like this:
COE (page 29): "HEAVING THROBBING ALLURING"

Washington wrote when he was fifty-four that "there is moral certainty of my dying without issue." He left nothing behind to indicate anything to the contrary (possibly because he was sterile), and if he had premarital sex, (or, later, extramarital sex), there's almost nothing in the archives to imply it.
People like Coe tend to start out slow. As she continues, Washington seems to remain on the right side of history:
COE (continuing directly): A letter from George Mercer, a surveyor and an officer in the Virginia militia, suggests that sex wasn't something young Washington deigned to discuss. In 1757 [when Washington was 25], Mercer reported that the women in South Carolina had a "bad shape," and that "many of them are crooked & have a very bad Air & not those enticing heaving throbbing alluring Letch exciting plump Breasts common with our Northern Belles." Yet he acknowledged that this sort of coarse talk was sure to have "tired your Patience." It seems he was right; Washington didn't respond.
How does Coe know that Washington didn't respond? The question doesn't get answered.

At any rate, Coe says this letter suggests that Washington didn't go for that locker-room talk. Rightly or wrongly, it isn't clear how this sheds light on the question at hand—whether Washington ever shtupped someone who wasn't his wife.

At this point, Coe was still playing nice. But as she finishes her special boxed passage, she reaches her destination.

Did Washington ever shtup someone else? We don't have the slightest idea! But Coe was now swimming for shore—and she was soon on the beach, panting hard:
COE (continuing directly): Another letter, from officer William La Peronie, provides some evidence that Washington did have premarital sex. Four years before he and Martha wed, La Peronie imagined him "plung'd in the midst of dellight heaven can aford & enchanted By Charms even stranger to the Ciprian Dame (+M's Nel)." "Ciprian Dame" was eighteenth-century-speak for a sex worker, but she may have been a barmaid or mistress or a slave. It is therefore possible that Washington had a sexual relationship with a women other than Martha, and that possibility includes nonconsensual sex with an enslaved woman.
For the record, we're back in September 1754 when this letter is sent to Washington. Washington was 22 and a half. We aren't told if he responded.

At any rate, how about it? Is it possible "that Washington had a sexual relationship with a women other than Martha?" Does that possibility "include nonconsensual sex with an enslaved woman?"

Is it possible that such conduct occurred? Of course it is—everything's possible! That said, the way Coe gets from Point A to Point D is one for future anthropologists' post-the-myth-of-the-animal books.

The logic of this third chunk is strikingly jumbled. Midway through, the logic is too jumbled to bother unpacking.

We encourage you to consider the way Coe is able to derive "some evidence" from something she says La Peronie "imagined." From there, she races ahead to "nonconsensual sex with an enslaved woman" for an obvious reason:

She does so because contemporary tribal narrative demands it. People like Coe can attract attention only in such ways.

Is it possible that Washington engaged in "nonconsensual sex with an enslaved woman?" Of course it is! Everything is possible, and everything always will be!

That said, Coe makes no attempt, at any point in her book, to discuss the likelihood of this possibility. She doesn't discuss what others may have said, or offer evidence on her own. We'll spare you the end note she includes to the passage we've just posted, though it advances the "verdict first, trial later" logic she seems to enjoy.

For what it's worth, we'll guess that Coe was borrowing earlier work by one of the Thigh Men when she assembled this tangy passage. We refer to the late John Richard Alden (1908-1991), who devoted two paragraphs to those same two letters in his 1984 book, George Washington: A Biography.

For Alden's musings, click here. See the two short paragraphs which end a chapter on pages 31-32.

Having fact-checked Coe for a while, she strikes us as a bit of a borrower. But she put those two letters to wonderful service, even if her logic may have flagged by the time she was through.

People like Coe play the game in such ways. Our journalists and our professors then excitedly swing into action, reciting all tribally-approved claims and insinuations.

In last Sunday's Washington Post, Professor Kars disappeared the crazier parts of Coe's book while repeating sexually insulting claims which are plainly insupportable.

This is the way our guardian class has functioned over the past forty years. But then, along came Jeffrey Rosen to embellish what even Coe had said!

Rosen is regarded as a high-end pundit and scholar. Since 2013, he has served as the president and CEO of the National Constitution Center, a major nonprofit, nonpartisan institution which was created by the Constitution Heritage Act in 1988.

Rosen sits at the scholarly, PBS end of the pile. It's possible that he doesn't want to be fingered as a Thigh Man.

Alexis Coe's ridiculous book had only been out a few weeks. But during a taping of his weekly podcast, Rosen offered this embellished book report to Lindsay Chervinsky, a youngish historian:
ROSEN (2/20/20): Lindsay, how well did Washington uphold [his] values in his personal life? There's a new biography of Washington by Alexis Coe. It's been described as "a life in full, without sentiment or whitewashing"—basically describes not only his moral failings in his slaveholding, but also claims that he's been made into a demigod, and noting that he likely engaged in premarital sex—nonconsensual sex—with an enslaved woman, it's quite a strong indictment of his failings. So how can you describe how well he upheld his high ideals in practice, and what do you make of this recent revisionist case against Washington's honor?
To hear Rosen's statement, click here. Move ahead to the 16-minute mark. That said:

Has Coe's book been described as "a life in full, without sentiment or whitewashing?"

Yes it has, by Irin Carmon, in a blurb on the book's dust jacket. But if Coe's book doesn't offer sentiment or whitewashing, it also doesn't do this:

It doesn't "note that Washington likely engaged in premarital sex—nonconsensual sex—with an enslaved woman."

Coe's book does a lot of things. But no, it doesn't do that!

Chervinsky didn't challenge Rosen's statement as she responded to what he said. We don't know if she'd ever heard of Coe's exciting new book.

That said, someone broke every rule in the book—someone apparently fact-checked! You can see this humble "correction" on the podcast's web site:
Correction: In this episode, Jeff mistakenly said that Alexis Coe’s book You Never Forget Your First: A Biography of George Washington includes a claim that Washington “likely engaged in premarital sex—nonconsensual sex—with an enslaved woman.” Instead, Coe actually quotes a letter written about Washington that describes his possible premarital sex with a “Cirprian [sic] Dame,” and explains what that term might have meant.
Even as they pen this "correction," Rosen's staffers continue to overstate what Coe actually said and presented. But this is the way these "rational animals" have persistently worked, dating back decades now.

Where do we get these people? Where does their conduct come from?

Despondent anthropologists say this is simply the way we were always wired. We were wired to reproduce and embellish tribal claims, accurate or not.

Within our own failing society, this has gone on for decades. Sexualized insult is often employed as the most pleasing element in a nasty tribal tale.

So it was that one top pundit after another said that Candidate Gore had "hired a women to teach him how to be a man." (Matthews: Gore was "today's man-woman.")

So it was that Maureen Dowd kept assembling her insults about Candidate Obama ("the diffident debutante") and about Candidate Edwards ("the Breck Girl)." Soooo much enjoyment and fun!

The other pundits sat and watched, or they simply joined in. The professors, such as they were and are, simply stared into the air.

They did the same as Matthews kept calling Hillary Clinton "Nurse Ratched," along with a host of other such gender-based insults. This is what these defectives did on this nation's long road to Trump.

It's been a long time since the nation's journalists fact-checked claims which are tribally pleasing. It's no longer part of our culture. Consider one last example:

Coe's book is nutty on its face, but please don't tell the press corps. On the highest levels, they spend their time in makeup and hair, but also in their "showmanship" lessons, and of course at their cocktail parties. (We're quoting Chris Hayes.)

When Coe's book arrived, it was full of insulting sexualized claims which seemed highly improbable. Instead of checking those startling claims, the children got into line.

As with Kars, so with the others. They took turns praising Coe's brilliant work while repeating her bogus statements.

On February 16, an excited young scribe at the Washington Post excitedly wrote about Coe. Novelization was running wild. The headlines in question say this:
George Washington gets romanticized by male biographers. Now a woman has taken him on.
Alexis Coe argues in “You Never Forget Your First” that the male gaze has distorted our impressions of the first president.
So cool! Alexis Coe was so daring and bold that she had attacked the male gaze!

You can read the whole thing yourself.
The writer even attacks the myth about Washington chopping down the cherry tree.

We'll direct you to this point—to a claim about biographer Ron Chernow and George Washington's mother:
BROCKELL (2/16/20): Most male biographers write little about his mother, Mary Ball Washington. When they do mention her, she’s described as an uncouth, illiterate shrew who tried to control, and often embarrassed, her distinguished son. (See: Chernow, Ron.)

But when Coe looked for primary sources to back this up, she said the evidence just wasn’t there. Chernow, who won the 2011 Pulitzer Prize for his much praised biography “Washington: A Life,” referenced secondhand sources who referenced other secondhand sources, she maintains. (Chernow did not respond to an email seeking comment.)

In fact, Mary wasn’t illiterate; there are letters written in her hand.
"(See: Chernow, Ron.)," the journalist actually wrote. She linked to the Amazon page for for his Pulitzer-winning biography.

Question: Did she check to see what the biography actually says? Did it occur to her that she might be getting played by Coe?

Did the journalist check to see what Chernow's biography says? This is Chernow's first passage about Mary Ball, later Mary Ball Washington, George Washington's mother:
CHERNOW (page 5): Lonesome at fifty-eight, [Mary Ball's widowed father] shocked propriety and threatened his children's inheritance by wedding an illiterate woman named Mary Johnson. Their daughter, Mary Ball, was only three when he elderly father died...The girl was farmed out to an obliging family friend, George Eskridge, who treated her so humanely that she would honor his memory by naming her first son George after him. It was probably Eskridge who acted as go-between in matching up Mary and Augustine Washington.

A crusty woman with a stubborn streak, Mary Ball Washington made few concessions to social convention. In a lesson internalized by her celebrated son, she didn't adapt or bend easily to others but stayed resolutely true to her own standards. We can only assume that her forlorn childhood, characterized by constant loss, left innumerable scars and insecurities...Since her own mother was illiterate, Mary probably received scant education. Her few letters are replete with spelling errors, dispense with all grammar and punctuation, and confirm the impression of an unlettered country women.
As you can see, Chernow mentions those letters by Washington's mother—the very letters the young Post journalist used to prove that he was wrong in saying that she was illiterate.

On page five, he says that Mary Ball's mother was illiterate, then mentions the letters Ball wrote.

In attacking the heinous Chernow, the young journalist cited evidence which appears on page five of his own book! So it goes when the modern journalist is handed a tribally pleasing narrative, perhaps by someone like Coe.

The word "thigh" barely appears in the Thigh Men's books. So it goes with the latest outburst from our dimwitted, failing tribe. So it goes when a very strange person takes aim on the Thigh Men.

We'll soon be moving on from the work of our utterly hopeless press corps. We'll be discussing what happened when we were granted entrance, at age 17, to The Rational Animal's Lair.

We took Professor Nozick's class first. Did a myth start to die right there?

22 comments:

  1. "Chris Matthews, and our acceptance of same, helped demolish this silly old claim. So has Alexis Coe's new book, You Never Forget Your First."

    You're sooo sensitive, dear Bob; such a delicate, fragile soul.

    Perhaps you need a safe space, where you could dwell safely, away from Chris Matthews, Alexis Coe, and all other horrible demons of modern life.

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    1. They aren't "demons of modern life". They're actors, paid by corporate America to misinform, distract, and toe the corporate line.
      Like you, Mao.

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  2. “How does Coe know that Washington didn't respond? The question doesn't get answered.”

    Is this meant to cast doubt on Coe’s assertion?

    One can check here:
    https://founders.archives.gov/documents/Washington/02-04-02-0242

    You can search all correspondence to and from Washington. In fact, there is no letter from Washington to Mercer in 1757. The next time Washington writes to Mercer is 1771.

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  3. ‘“consider the way Coe is able to derive "some evidence" from something she says La Peronie "imagined."’

    She ultimately concludes that it is possible. But she is very clear:

    “if he had premarital sex, (or, later, extramarital sex), there's almost nothing in the archives to imply it.”

    Without that statement, Coe’s presentation would be much more like an insinuation meant to deceive. With her statement, it is hard to see it that way.

    The bits of information she presents are tantalizing, and interesting, and were unknown to me, but she is very clear about the facts.

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    1. If a young man writes a text to a friend about summer break: "I see you on the beach with a hottie on each arm" does that mean his friend is going to find hotties or does it mean his friend is teasing him because he has no luck with women? You need more context to know what that means. However, it does say that young men consider frolicking with women to be a desired spring break activity. There is no indication that La Peronie would imagine that as an insult to Washington. So it does say something about the possible behavior of unmarried young surveyors (traveling around to do surveys, thus footloose) in that time period, just as all of Kavanaugh's jokes with his friends said something about what their social life was about, mixing fantasy with reality.

      If Washington had young associates who did that stuff, but he himself did not, that means something. If he had young associates who envied his behavior doing that kind of stuff, perhaps frequently, that means something else.

      We don't know what is the case, because we don't have sufficient evidence. But it is wrong for Chernow to assume that Washington was pure because of a personal code, when there are suggestions that may not have been true. All of the evidence needs to be used to create a picture of the man, not just the evidence that fits a preconceived picture of what the first President was like.

      Some men do lead a double life. There is the picture of them held by their family and those who admire him, and then there is the sex life conducted illicitly with women who inhabit a different social stratum, who are kept secret from others. In other time periods and geographical locations, this has been the norm for wealthy, important men.

      Chernow shouldn't pretend this didn't exist and limit the narrative to only the admirable side of a man's life. He should show all facets and present a complete picture. This is why Roosevelt's relationship with Lucy Mercer is part of his biographies.

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  4. “with an enslaved woman" for an obvious reason:

    She does so because contemporary tribal narrative demands it.”

    Next thing you know, someone (a tribal liberal, most likely) will suggest that Thomas Jefferson fathered a child by one of his slaves.

    And, since that is actually a fact, let’s have a look at this:

    “According to Linda Allen Bryant, Washington initiated a sexual relationship with a female slave named Venus around 1784. Her claim is based on her family’s two hundred year old oral history and on conspicuous evidence showing that the Washington family afforded special treatment to West Ford. Bryant, a direct descendent of West Ford, points to correspondence between George and his brother, John Augustine, to argue that George Washington visited his brother’s plantation in 1784, and that a gap in Washington’s personal diary that year could account for a sexual liaison during this visit.”

    “The Mount Vernon Ladies Association, caretakers of the Washington estate, refused to allow DNA testing of hair samples believed to be those of George Washington, however. Lacking a hair sample, West Ford’s descendants could not prove the legitimacy of their family’s claim.”
    https://historynewsnetwork.org/article/10827

    Perhaps the Mt Vernon ladies are merely interested in protecting Washington’s legacy.

    It is also possible that the father was Washington’s adopted son:

    https://www.bostonglobe.com/news/nation/2016/09/17/george-washington-family-legacy-includes-children-fathered-slaves/oXRReSPt6taJ7aw6hKCZgJ/story.html

    The paternity could likely be proven, perhaps over the objections of the Ladies.

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  5. “yet in many ways, George Washington defined himself as the antithesis of his mother. If his mother was crude and illiterate, he would improve himself through books.”

    From Chernow, Ron, “Washington: A Life”

    https://books.google.com/books/about/Washington.html?id=r3-rsrDiE5cC

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  6. Regarding Washington's sex life, I am reminded of a TV commercial for an upcoming Oprah show about ten or more years ago. Oprah speaking: "Politician's mistresses: What you need to know."

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  7. From Chernow, Ron, “Washington: A Life”,

    “Washington seldom allowed himself the liberty of jesting with a married lady in this manner. His lighthearted tone with Elizabeth Powel makes one wonder anew about the role of repressed sexuality in George Washington’s life. We have no evidence that he ever talked to Martha in this coy manner, nor is it easy to imagine. For all the happiness of their marriage, Martha had become his life’s standard prose while Elizabeth Powel, like Sally Fairfax, may have introduced some hidden spice of poetry. It was as if, during his extended sojourn in Philadelphia, The footloose Washington permitted himself to explore sides of his personality that he kept firmly under wraps at home.”

    How does Chernow know that repressed sexuality played a role in Washington’s life? And how dare he accuse the god of such a thing. Is it some kind of sexualized insult?

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  8. Jeffrey Rosen jumps to a conclusion that Coe didn't draw, but Somerby thinks it is Coe's fault?

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  9. Illiterate people signed their names with a witnessed X and did not write letters of any kind (except dictated). They weren't characterized by misspellings in their letters, at a time in history when there were no standardized spellings. The first American dictionary was published in 1806.

    Somerby is a major idiot because he doesn't know anything about history, how biographers write it or what people's lives were like in other time periods.

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  10. Since Washington's mother was clearly not illiterate, why would Chernow (and others, according to Coe) mistakenly describe her that way? That is the question that Coe addresses. The larger question is how many women in history have been treated unfairly by male biographers with an agenda?

    In 1974, Fawn Brodie wrote a bestselling biography of Thomas Jefferson that examined the Sally Hemings controversy, and was attacked for it in the same way as Somerby attacks Coe. Annette Gordon-Reed examined the controversy in 1997 and a DNA-analysis in 1998 provided evidence that resulted in an emerging consensus.

    Female historians can and do provide a different perspective on historical figures, by presenting evidence that may be strongly resisted by mainstream male historians. They are not necessarily wrong and they provide an important voice by widening the scope of what is considered legitimate historical analysis and bringing overlooked evidence into historical discussions.

    Somerby's resistance to female historians and their different take on things does him no credit at all.

    Note that the controversy over Jeffferson and Sally Hemings goes back a long time and is not a symptom of feminism run amok or liberal tribalism. Fawn Brodie, who wrote about this in the 70s, was an ex-Mormon and not any kind of feminist, but was a serious historian. Her book on Joseph Smith got her excommunicated (against her will) because she followed the historical record and wrote the truth, not hagiography as was expected of her. Chernow's admiration for Washington prevented him from presenting an honest picture of the man (or his mother), and that is not good history.

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  16. Hello, my name is RITA CARMEN and I have been trying to get pregnant for over 12 years. i have been looking for ways online for so long, I first did Depo Provera Shot which i consecutively took every three months in order to get pregnant or fertile, but there was no way from it. I did Depo shot for 3 years constantly until my Doctors in Australia told me to try IVF because I had Endometriosis stage 4 and I resulted to try IVF (In Vitro Fertilization). For months after my IVF no progressed and my situation became worse that my husband had already had plans or getting married to another woman because I was barren. I read a testimony about Prophet Abulele how he had helped so many women with pregnancy problems and also how he usually casts return spells to bring back partner and make one fertile. Of all options tried, I gave Prophet Abulele a try. I am now a mother of a baby boy. For over 13 years of my marriage I received my help from this spell caster. I want to impact on someone's life and make the person get help from a good spell caster. Prophet Abulele's email is:- prophetabulelehealingtemple@gmail.com and his WhatsApp is +2349022406159 once you contact him, he will help you fast.

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