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-Itsuo Tsuda was born in 1914 in a family of samurais who had become captains of industry in the Meiji modernization period. At sixteen, he rebelled against his father’s will whereby he was to become the heir of his fortune. He refused to follow the tracks that had already been designed for him, left his family and began to wander in search of the freedom of thought. 
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-In 1934, after making it up with his father, he decided to go to France to study. His teachers were Marcel Granet, the Chinese scholar, and Marcel Mauss, the sociologist, until the outbreak of the Second World War. He thus underlines how important the experience of these years was, in relation to the work he was later to undertake in Europe: 
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-“What my masters taught me, he says, was how to draw a fact from what seemed to be inextricable contexts, and also that one could challenge ways of looking at things that were taken for granted.” 
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-In 1940, he was called up and had to go back to Japan. 
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-After the war, while working for Air-France in Tokyo, he took up a particular interest in the cultural aspects of Japan. He studied the art of Nô reciting with Master Hosada from the School of Kanze Kasetsu. 
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-In his book “The Non-Doing”, he writes : 
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-« Thanks to its being very distant from the European focus, Japan has been able to retain its cultural autonomy. We may consider the foundations on which its traditions lie as being a “philosophy for action”. The essence of action is respiration, breath, ki.” 
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-During the same period of the after-war years, when he was about thirty, Itsuo Tsuda started studying seitai with Master Noguchi, a training which takes about twenty years to complete. He was forty-five years old when he first met Master Ueshiba, the founder of Aikido 
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-Works of Itsuo Tsuda: available in French in the edition Le Courrier du Livre ( 21 rue de Seine 75006 Paris.) 
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-Le Non-faire. 
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-La voie du dépouillement. 
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-La science du particulier. 
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-Un. 
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-Le dialogue du silence. 
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-Le triangle instable. 
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-Même si je ne pense pas, je suis. 
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-La voie des dieux. 
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-Face à la science.