Aristotle talks about things either or both, or neither predicable of a subject or present in
a subject. Aristotle is talking about how some things can be classified with speech and
some things cannot.
Something being predicable of another, which is describing a something as a whole with
a “what is it” question and if something is being present in another, it means that
something is in a subject is a predicate but cannot be described as a whole because it does
not exist without the subject such as colour is the colour of something but one cannot
describe a colour in their mind without saying what colour the thing is.
Example, the colour sky is blue but how would I explain the colour blue to someone else.
Example the ball (subject) was kicked by (predicate) vs (subject) kicked the ball by order
of the coach. (predicate)
a) Something predicable of a subject but never in a subject example, A man can be
named or predicated of Abraham, but is not in any subject. A man can be
predicated a name but is not in any subject.
b) Something in a subject but never predicable of a s