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23 If we take this figure seri ously, we must come to the extraordinary conclusion that women always have one penis-the cervix or kaulos-penetrating the vagina from the inside and another more potent penis, the male's, penetrating from the outside during intercourse. There is, as G. E. R. 24 Matters were or dinarily much clearer to the ancients, who could undoubtedly tell penis ftom vagina and possessed the language with which to do so. Latin and Greek, like most other tongues, generated an excess of words about sex and sexual organs as well as a great abundance of poetry and prose prais ing or making fun of the male or female organs, joking or cursing on the theme of what should be stuck where.
But this a priori formal distinction entirely exhausts what Aristotle means by spenna and catamenia. Just as the bodies of males and females fail to provide fixed anatomical correlatives for his theory of generative causality, so too the reproductive fluids "in the world" do not sustain a radical two-sex account of sexual difference. Nor would Aristotle want them to. Obviously Aristotle and his contemporaries could tell semen from menstrual blood. Men and sanguineous male aninlals, they knew, gener ally emitted a visible, palpable substance that was white because it was foam composed of invisible bubbles and thick because it was a compound of water mixed with breath (pneuma), the tool through which the male principle worked.
Obviously Aristotle and his contemporaries could tell semen from menstrual blood. Men and sanguineous male aninlals, they knew, gener ally emitted a visible, palpable substance that was white because it was foam composed of invisible bubbles and thick because it was a compound of water mixed with breath (pneuma), the tool through which the male principle worked. Although Aristotle usually referred to this stuff as sperma, its distinguishing characteristics were not in principle aspects of the seed itself44 The ejaculate, he makes absolutely explicit, was but the vehicle for the efficient cause, for the sperma, which worked its magic like an invisible streak of lighming.