In the following YouTube video, (4:35) entitled:
Master Craftsman, Nathie Katzoff | HUMAN, I heard
I didn't get into this out of an interest in capitalism. I got into it out of an interest in craft.
I searched "out of an interest" in the following dictionaries, but failed to find the meaning.
- Oxford Dictionaries Online (ODO)
- Merriam-Webster (MW)
- American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language
- Cambridge Dictionaries Online (CDO)
What does the "I got into it out of an interest in craft." mean?
Is this replaceable with "I found an interest in craft."?