I was reading this article when I've got to this sentence:
If we see the identification “feminist” as implicitly committing one to both a normative stance about how things should be and an interpretation of current conditions, it is easy to imagine someone being in the position of wanting to cancel his or her endorsement of either the normative or the descriptive claim.
At first this "one to both" construct sounded wrong. Later, I wondered if it is an alternative way of saying "one or both." The idea is, had we three options here, one could choose one to three of them. We have only two, one can choose one to two of them - or, in a different way of writing, one to both.
So, is it right or should I report this error? :)