The Earliest evidence of an Eskirmological Combative System was that designated the product of Johannes Lichtnawer.
(Renaissance) Scholars could not accept that fighting could encompass the use of both the edge and the point of a sword in fighting, and thence arose a powerful and irrecoverable polarity amongst those who pursued purely cutting and those who pursued purely thrusting.
Combined, these elements form the Eskirmological Method. It is a science based, not solely upon human fighting (as is the case with Hoplology), but of the fighting existing between all living creatures (Acutt, 2009, 146-150). It's aim is to identify the logic behind all physical interactions between living beings.
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Hotspur School wrote:Any idea who is behind this?
Phil C wrote:Hotspur School wrote:Any idea who is behind this?
Mr Wallhausen's name is all over the site, so I'm going to make an edu-macated guess...
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Hotspur wrote:Just checked http://www.eskirmology.co.uk
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