Celarent


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Celarent

a mnemonic word to represent a syllogistic argument in the first figure, in which there is one universal negative and one universal affirmative premise and a universal negative conclusion.
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In a review of one of Senghor's works, Barbara Celarent notes that "a combination of French assimilationism, astounding talent, and amazing luck took Senghor through various schools to the top of the French educational system" (Celerant, 2013).
What, then, is the basis of Aristotle's confidence that his rules of inference, the perfect syllogisms Barbara and Celarent in particular, are sound?