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It isn't that the world of appearances is wrong; it isn't that there aren't objects out there ...

Does "it isn't" mean the same as "it's not the point that ..."?

P.S. I understand that "wrong" means the same as "bad" here?
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NewguestDoes "it isn't" mean the same as "it's not the point that ..."?
Yes, or 'it isn't the fact that...'
Newguest.S. I understand that "wrong" means the same as "bad" here?
No; it means 'inaccurate; illusive'.
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Hi. Thanks for the answers.

I forgot to ask about one thing:

It isn't that the world of appearances is wrong; it isn't there aren't objects out there, at one level of reality.

If I wrote the second sentence this way: It isn't that at one level of reality there aren't objects out there would it still mean the same as the original sentence?
NewguestIf I wrote the second sentence this way: It isn't that at one level of reality there aren't objects out there would it still mean the same as the original sentence?
Yes.
Actually I have one more question Emotion: smile

It isn't that the world of appearances is wrong; it isn't there aren't objects out there, at one level of reality. It's that if you penetrate through and look at the universe with a holographic system, you arrive at a different view, a different reality.

--- I understand that "penetrate through" refers to the universe? If you penetrate through the universe and look at it ...
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Newguest- I understand that "penetrate through" refers to the universe?
No, 'penetrate through the world of appearances'.