The Mizuta Library:A Catalogue of Prof. Hiroshi Mizuta’s Rare Books Collection (ES): 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

The Mizuta Library:A Catalogue of Prof. Hiroshi Mizuta’s Rare Books Collection (ES)

1st Edition

Edited by Eriko Nakai

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2,700 pages

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- This is the library catalogue of the rare-books collection of Hiroshi Mizuta, a leading international scholar of the history of European social thought and the author of Adam Smith’s Library (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 2000) and many other publications both in English and Japanese. His collection is now held at Nagoya University Library.

- The Mizuta Library of Rare Books in the History of European Social Thought comprises some 2,239 volumes of pre-1851 books and journals out of the total number of more than 7,000 volumes of Western publications at the Nagoya University Library. The collection includes nearly 5,000 post-1851 volumes, also from his personal library, with books and journals written by European pre-modern thinkers such as Bodin, Lipsius, and Thomas Hobbes; Enlightenment thinkers such as Voltaire, Lord Kames, Adam Smith, Joseph Priestley, Jonathan Swift, and Pufendorf; Deists such as John Toland, Anthony Collins; and Romantic thinkers such as Coleridge, Madame de Staël, Chateaubriand, the Brothers Schlegel, and Franz von Baader.

- The Mizuta Library occupies a unique place among world-renowned personal collections now housed in university libraries. It is an indispensable resource for scholars and other researchers interested in the early modernization of Japan, Anglo-Japanese relations, as well as European social thought more generlly.

- Fully detailed bibliographic data in the catalogue including the collation formula will enable researchers and librarians to make comparative studies of different editions of rare books.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
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HISTORY / General