From Functors and Applicatives by Sinisa Louc

* previous mon*adic operati*on. O*r, if you prefer — they can wo*rk in series,* whereas app*licativ*es work in *paral*lel. See that f: A → F*[B] in *… that I want, and that is: **monads carry the result**. They can be “conditioned”, which means that one monad can take action depending on the result of the previous monadic operation. Or, if you prefer — they can work in series, whereas applicatives work in parallel. See that *f: A → F[B] *in monad definition? That’s the part that enables this dependency; it says “t…