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 n. Plural form of conjunct.
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Her fingers sketched out the Midheaven and the conjuncts.

A rather illogical rule, in the formal sense, since it inverts the usual rule of logic that to rebut a conjunction, one need only rebut any one of the conjuncts; but to prove a conjunction, all elements must be proven.
The Volokh Conspiracy » The Strange Practice of Indicting in the Conjunctive:

However, for those following along with pencil and paper, all of the conjuncts to this conditional are things we already know, with the exception of the claim that

Rather than requiring both conditions, as the current statutes do, or attempting to pack all cases into one or the other of the conjuncts ¦ this approach recognizes that there are at least two different offenses ¦ for which there are different conditions and different levels of seriousness.

A conjunction is known only if its conjuncts are known.

In one sense (answering to the first of Gregory's conjuncts), they are true; in another sense (answering to Gregory's second conjunct), they are false.

For example, to derive a conjunction A&B, it is sufficient to derive the conjuncts A and B separately.

Either an obtaining of the sign relation is nondegenerate, in which case it falls into one class; or it is degenerate in various possible ways (depending on which of the conjuncts are omitted and which retained), in which cases it falls into various other classes.

W (i, s) (where not all the conjuncts have to be present).

On Kaplan's view, Fred really does believe a contradictory proposition, but he believes the conjuncts of this proposition under suitably different characters, which is why he still counts as rational.
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