With negation, or is motly used.
He doesn't like this or that.
But with without, I see both forms.
When I searched CCAE, it returned result with both or and and.
I was there without food and water.
I was there without food or water.
I can see that both forms are used, but what's the difference between without with and and without with or? Is it that "food and water" is considered a thing in unity?
It was what most people said, but I don't think the texts with "and" actaully mean that. It is not even logical, is it? Water and food are separate. Even if you try to refer to them as a thing in unity, or as a one thing, can you possibly understand it that way?