Conjunction and connects two phrases into complex phrase. It can be used to make an intersection of concepts or to introduce intersection complex conditions into semantic rules.


The examples show how to use conjuction and.

Comment: The concept of a young male man is an intersection of concepts of a young thing, a male thing and a person.
Something is a young-male-man if-and-only-if-it is a young-thing that is a male-thing and is a person.
Comment: In the 'if' statement below the antecedent clause is complex. It could also be the case for the consequent clause.
If a person (1) has-parent a person (2) and the person (2) is a female-person then the person (1) has-mother the person (2) .