The rules : they are like any text. They say the words, but they leave you the interpretation. So what happens ? Usually, you go by one player interpretation (the facilitator), or maybe when there’s something unclear, you discuss it at the table (collective).
In any case, chances are you’re going to play it fundamentally the same way next time. And I find it sad : we’re not talking technical instructions here ; there are many other ways to play, and some may click better for you.
The best way to stir up interpretation of the rules is of course to see another group play with another interpretation, at the table or on the interweb.
But there are some other ways rules can provoke this, too. Like, proposing various rules for similar situations. Giving options puts the process in the open.
I am curious. What games or practices stir up rules interpretation in other ways ?