Camestres

Camestres

a mnemonic word to represent a syllogistic argument in the second figure, in which there is one universal affirmative and one universal negative premise and a universal negative conclusion.
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The next universal deduction of the second figure is Camestres, which inverts the two premises of Cesare for a same conclusion: (39)
The potential inferential necessity of Camestres is based on the following proof.
Therefore, Camestres is an incomplete deduction, that is, potentially complete, "for the first figure has again been produced.