I'm trying to find the original Greek for this passage in the Octavius Own Oxford edition. Does anyone know of a source?
Likewise also some things are predicated of a certain subject, yet are in no subject, as "the man" is predicated of a subject, i.e. of "some certain man", yet is in no subject. Others, again are in a subject, yet are not predicated of any subject, (I mean by a thing being in a subject, that which is in any thing not as a part, but which cannot subsist without that which it is,) as "a certain grammatical art" is in a subject, "the soul", but is not predicated of any; and "this white thing" is in a subject, "the body" (for all "colour" is in "body"), but is predicated of no subject.
Also, I understand there are a few interpretations of this section. I'm trying to look at the original Greek as well.