Peter Goldsbury

Test la deuxième partie de ma discussion avec Peter Goldsbury, professeur de philosophie à l'université d'Hiroshima, instructeur d'Aïkido, 7ème Dan Aikikai, et jusqu'à récemment, président de la Fédération internationale d'Aikido.

In this section, I asked Professor Goldsbury to explain, in the light of his research and that of others, how Aikido was really created and how it evolved. This is a very complex topic and the viewer will require some preliminary knowledge about the life of Ueshiba Morihei in order to make the most of this discussion, but I hope that it will help people to have a more historically accurate view of the origin of their art.

Interview with Peter Goldsbury

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Founder of the site in 2007, Guillaume has a passion for Japanese culture and martial arts. After having practiced Judo during childhood, he started studying Aikido in 1996, and Daito-ryu Aiki-jujutsu in 2008. He currently holds the ranks of 4th Dan in Aikido (Aikikai) and 2nd Dan in Daito-ryu Aiki-jujutsu (Takumakai). Guillaume is also passionate about science and education and he holds a PhD in Molecular and Cell Biology since 2010. He currently lives in Tokyo and works as a consultant for medical research. > View Full Profile

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