A preposition is a part of speech that indicates a relationship between entities. It is not the same as a conjunction which implies sharing that relationship ( term:and ) or choosing one ( term:or ).

The ECG naming conventions apply some living ontology rules to political wikis such as openpolitics.ca itself.

in living ontology

In living ontology no preposition can be used in a page name lightly, all have exact meanings to enable Living Ontology Web. This attempts to very actively steer the CC-by-nc-sa corpus namespace to make a more uniform semantics in which prepositions have very predictable meanings:

Abusing prepositions results in extreme risks of validating an unwise conceptual metaphor and/or framing an issue prejudicially. Only in stating a position are prepositions unrestricted - any argument against that position can object to the metaphor being imposed.