To understand it, we’ll have to explore in depth the meanings of the concepts in turn: 3 things, 3 ways, and 3 places.
3 Things, 3 Ways, and 3 Places
A lot of people (like me) are confused by the distinction between “1” way and “2” ways. It comes under the term: “2 ways,” which is commonly used in a general way to indicate that there are two distinct ways one can interpret a word. For example, it means that “One way to look at something is to think of it as 1 and the other as 2,” which is not entirely correct. One way is an interpretation that is meant to apply to things that are, on the one hand, something that can be, in the context of a conversation, one of two interpretations, and on the other hand, something that is not, in the context of a conversation, either of those two. It is therefore not entirely correct to describe it as a “2 way” because, even though it is technically 1 and 2, it is not one of them. It is, on the other hand, 1 but, at the same time, 2. That is to say, a situation can be described as 1 or 2 ways, but in this world, things are not two ways, but they are 2 ways. This is because in this world, we do not have a “way of looking at it,” that is, a way to use the word in a general way for one of four different situations. Instead, we have 4 different, distinct ways to look at a particular object. We have 4 different ways to look at the object.
2 Ways is a different kind of distinction. It is the difference between thinking of things as 1 and thinking of things as 2. We will have to talk about these two ways a bit more here.
I think of 2 ways as the distinction between reading, understanding, and understanding by reading. I tend to think of the same sort of thing when talking about reading or understanding. I am talking about, e. g., an academic reading of a text, which is the kind of understanding where you “read” a page of an academic text by going through it through a set of carefully identified key terms. This is what we might call “enlightenment reading” or “enlightened reading” or “enlightened reading by reading.” It is not, however, what I would characterize as “uneducated reading.”
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