Is there a term for the type of solution beneath, where one lists the Terms?
Why don't Logic textbooks teach this method? They only use Venn Diagrams or Truth Tables.
In contrast, other syllogisms are so difficult that hardly anyone makes a correct response to them. If you want to test yourself, try this problem:
None of the artists is a beekeeper.
All the beekeepers are chemists.
What, if anything, follows?
The solution is on p. 147: