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Director of Musashino Institute for Resources Studies of the Humanities

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Director of Musashino Institute for Resources Studies of the Humanities

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ブログ過去記事につきまして。


※旧「武蔵野人文資源研究所日報」について

http://d.hatena.ne.jp/aquirax/

■ [リスト]

ダウンロード整理用。研究所による日々の新刊書籍チェック。(※当研究所では国内発行の〔一応〕全書籍をチェックしております


――という上記のような文言をかつてブログ開始時にここに書き付けたのでしたが、2013年以降、SNSの発達により他の優秀な方々の成果を取り入れられる目処が立ちましたので停止しました。

■ [仕事]

日々の仕事。後ほどの検証用記録。(が、あっというまに有名無実しました)

■ [memo]

メモツイッター誕生し→ https://twitter.com/aquirax01に移行。呟きめいたものです。



※「同・別館」について

http://d.hatena.ne.jp/mirsh/

ブログ文化黎明期に、日々のエッセイのごとくに書きつけていたものです。いわゆる黒歴史という類ですが、いまさら消すまでもないでしょう。後半はコラムの連載告知のみ。



Musashino Institute for Resources Studies of the Humanities exists principally to further the study of the classical tradition, that is of those elements of Japanese thought, literature, art, institutions and other cultural gadgets which derive from the ancient world. It houses an book-list archive, a Library and a Photographic Collection.

The classical tradition is conceived as the theme which unifies the history of Japanese civilization. The bias is not towards 'classical' values in art and literature: students and scholars will find represented all the strands that link medieval and modern civilization with its origins in the ancient cultures of Japan. It is this element of continuity that is stressed in the arrangement of the Library: the tenacity of symbols and images in Japanese art and architecture, the persistence of motifs and forms in Japanese language and literatures, the gradual transition, in Japanese thought, from magical beliefs to religion, science and philosophy, and the survival and transformation of ancient patterns in social customs and political institutions.

The Institute stems from the personal library of the Lord Zintowshy, whose research centred on the intellectual and social context of Japanese art. In 1976 this library became a research institute in cultural history, and both its historical scope and its activities as a centre for lectures and publications expanded. In 1980 it moved from Hiroshima to Tokyo to escape the "Okan"-Nazi regime. Its first Director is Aquirax Takenaka.

Sorry, It's all only a joke above, Thanks.

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