I recently noticed this in various titles of things (books, articles, etc.):
- Language and the brain
- Technology and society
These make sense and are grammatical, but why not use in in place of and (especially in the second example)? Why not technology in society? This would better define that technology is a part of society and not just "next to" it.
Is there any grammatical difference between in and and here besides them being different parts of speech?