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|Other Titles: ||A list of Dr. Koichi Moon's collection chiefly composed of medical literature featuring Prof. C. W. Hufeland (1762-1836), including Japanese translations in the Edo Era, recently donated to the Nagoya University Museum|
|Authors: ||西川, 輝昭|
|Issue Date: ||Dec-2002|
|Citation: ||名古屋大学博物館報告. v.18, 2002, p.91-97|
|Abstract: ||Listed herein is the collection composed chiefly of medical literature made by the physician, Mr. Koichi Moori (1909-2002) in Nagoya, Japan. This features the famous German professor of medicine, Dr. Chiristoph Wilhelm Hufeland (1762-1836). The collection, recently donated to the Nagoya University Museum, is composed of 148 articles, including Hufeland's "Die Kunst das menschliche Leben zu verlangern" and its Dutch, French, and English translations, "Enchiridion medicum oder Anleitung zur medicinischen Praxis" and its Dutch and Japanese translations in the Edo Era, and books on Dr. Hufeland's life. During his career as a medical practitioner for more than 50 years, Dr. Moon had deeply devoted himself to the book "Enchiridion medicum", especially the chapter entitled "Die Verhaitnisse des Arztes" on ethical and practical guides for medical doctors, since he was much impressed by the Japanese translation of the chapter when he was a medical college student. Dr. Moon even gave the first Japanese translation of an yet untouched chapter of "Enchiridion medicum". Thus, Hufeland's guiding principle remains alive among thoughtful and humane persons in modern Japan.|
|Appears in Collections:||名古屋大学博物館報告 (Bulletin of the Nagoya University Museum)|
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