Bertrand Russell in A History of Western Philosophy :- Aristotle's Logic I want to know whether I have understood this right. We shouldn't be saying , "All Greeks are men,all greeks are white,therefore some men are white". So we should be saying "there are Greeks, if anything is Greek it is a man. All Greeks are white.Therefore some men are white " ? Or we should also replace the statement all greeks are white by "if anything is Greek it is white" ? Further, what kind of statement is the statement "if anything is Greek it is a man" ? Does it fall under subject predicate form or is it different. if it does fall under subject predicate form ,what is the subject of it. Bertrand Russell says that "all Greeks" is not the subject of it. I could understand that "there are Greeks" doesn't have "all Greeks" as a subject but I am having trouble in understanding what is subject of "if anything is Greek it is a man"