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Thu Oct 16 18:02:27 2014 UTClccn-n790217160.33On population. Edited and introduced by Gertrude Himmelfarb0.640.90Two lectures on population delivered before the University of Oxford in Easter term 1828 ... to which is added a correspondence between the author and the Rev. T.R. Malthus /71154Thomas_Robert_Malthusn 79021716255514Author of the Essay on the principle of population 1766-1834Essay on the principle of population, Author of the 1766-1834Ma-êrh-sa-ssŭ 1766-1834Malthus.Malthus, .. 1766-1834Malthus, Robert.Malthus Robert 1766-1834Malthus, Robert T. 1766-1834Malthus, Robert Thomas 1766-1834Malthus, T. R.Malthus, T. R. 1766-1834Malthus, T. R. (Thomas Robert), 1766-1834Malthus, ThomasMalthus, Thomas 1766-1834Malthus, Thomas R. 1766-1834Malthus, Thomas RobertMalthus, Thomas Robert 1766-1834Malthus, Tomas Robert.Malthus, Tomasso Robert 1766-1834Malʹtus, Tomas Robert 1766-1834Marasasu 1766-1834MarusasuМальтус, Р 1766-1834Мальтус, Р. (Роберт), 1766-1834Мальтус, Томас Роберт 1766-1834מאלתוס, תומאס 1766-1834מאלתוס, תומס 1766-1834מלתוס, תומאס 1766-1834מלתוס, תומס 1766-1834مالتس، توماس روبرت맬더스, 1766-1834.マルサスマルサス, ロバアト馬爾去斯lccn-n50042063Bonar, James1852-1941annedtlccn-n79006935Marx, Karl1818-1883lccn-n85293764Pullen, John1933-othedtlccn-n78095325Ricardo, David1772-1823lccn-n80032761Smith, Adam1723-1790lccn-n98027125Parry, Trevor Hughesothedtlccn-n50015788Winch, Donaldauiedtlccn-n78095637Darwin, Charles1809-1882antlccn-n50023928Appleman, Philip1926-edtlccn-nr92008402Kantō Gakuen DaigakuothMalthus, T. R.(Thomas Robert)1766-1834Records and correspondenceBibliographyDiariesHistoryConference proceedingsTerminologyBiographyPopulationMalthus, T. R.--(Thomas Robert),EconomicsGreat BritainMalthusianismEconomistsDemographersCorn laws (Great Britain)Population policyRentEconomic historyNatural selectionGrain tradeBiology--PhilosophyBiologySoviet UnionDarwin, Charles,HistoryReligionPovertyPopulation--Economic aspectsClassical school of economicsNeoliberalismWomen--Economic conditionsValueMoneyTravelScandinaviaIrelandPoorMexicoMarx, Karl,Supply and demandLauderdale, James Maitland,--Earl of,Ricardo, David,Food pricesPopulation--Environmental aspectsOverpopulation--Economic aspectsEconomic developmentCapitalismInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)LifeFuture lifeFood supplyPoor lawsRent controlDemographyEuropeBirth controlHousing176618341798180018031804180618071808180918101811181318141815181618171818182018211823182418251826182718281829183018311832183418351836183818391840184118431845184618471848184918521853185418581859186818711872187318741875187618771878187918801881188218831884188518861887188818891890189118921893189418951896189718981899190019011903190419051906190719081909191019111912191319141915191619171919192019211922192319241925192619271928192919301931193219331934193519361937193819391940194119421943194419451946194719481949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320145211210523570301.32HB861ocn311380091ocn832208157ocn832208100ocn832208071ocn832208016ocn075698587ocn724922423ocn073673883ocn758419683ocn073673878ocn814460458ocn651237532ocn441126553ocn707758437ocn153321362ocn311436574ocn469743567ocn6917800718008517ocn002082842book17980.66Malthus, T. RAn essay on the principle of population : text, sources and background, criticismHistoryConference proceedings"While millions face hunger, malnutrition, and starvation, the world's population is increasing by over 225,000 people per day, 80 million per year. In many countries, supplies of food and water are inadequate to support this many people, so the world falls deeper and deeper into what economists call the "Malthusian trap," named for the writer whose work, more than any other, brought attention to the population dilemma. Thomas Robert Malthus first published An Essay on the Principle of Population in 1798, and it quickly became the focal point of controversies which continue today. Simply put, it stated that human population increased at a geometric rate, while agricultural production could, at best, increase only arithmetically, thus resulting in shortages of food. While this idea was neither entirely new nor wholly indisputable, Malthus' clear and forceful statement sounded an alarm. Today, many nations and individuals are making efforts to curb runaway population growth, but for much of the world, the problem remains unsolved." "This new edition of the classic work contains the text of the original 1798 essay, along with later revisions made by the author. Background and source materials include excerpts from works by such writers as David Hume, Adam Smith, John Stuart Mill, Charles Darwin, and Karl Marx. Contemporary commentary ranges widely through many schools of thought, from Lester R. Brown, Paul and Anne Ehrlich, and Garret Hardin to Julian Simon and Pope Paul VI. The evolution of Malthus' idea and its validity through the years are traced in Philip Appleman's comprehensive introduction."--Jacket+-+K7574584851744111ocn000171677book18200.70Malthus, T. RPrinciples of political economy, considered with a view to their practical applicationHistory+-+4840256705122495ocn000168478book18270.70Malthus, T. RDefinitions in political economyHistoryTerminology119762ocn070756793file18150.74Malthus, T. RAn Inquiry into the nature and progress of rent, and the principles by which it is regulatedMalthus published a variety of pamphlets and tracts on economics in which he approached the problem of what determines price. In this pamphlet, published in 1815, he states 'It may be laid down then as a general truth, that rents naturally rise as the difference between the price of produce and the cost of the instruments of production increases'+-+7255278936107355ocn060725190file18140.88Malthus, T. RObservations on the effects of the Corn laws and of a rise or fall in the price of corn on the agriculture and general wealth of the country106924ocn000169256book19590.47Malthus, T. RPopulation: the first essay+-+868515729532489046ocn000311712book18060.63Malthus, T. RFirst essay on population, 1798885114ocn065237192book18090.82Malthus, T. REssai sur le principe de population, ou, Exposé des effets passés et présens de l'action de cette cause sur le bonheur du genre humain7772ocn004901335book19600.33Malthus, T. ROn population. Edited and introduced by Gertrude Himmelfarb71731ocn000169254book18230.74Malthus, T. RThe measure of value stated and illustrated, with an application of it to the alterations in the value of the English currency since 179057435ocn000145760book17980.37Malthus, T. RAn essay on the principle of population : and, A summary view of the principle of populationView of the principle of population / Malthus, T.R., Thomas Robert, 1766-1834+-+K15789596555710ocn000168363book19630.63Malthus, T. ROccasional papers of T.R. Malthus on Ireland, population, and political economy55231ocn065317732file18000.82Malthus, T. RAn investigation of the cause of the present high price of provisions"To proceed to the point: I am most strongly inclined to suspect, that the attempt in most parts of the kingdom to increase the parish allowances in proportion to the price of corn, combined with the riches of the country, which have enabled it to proceed as far as it has done in this attempt, is, comparatively speaking, the sole cause, which has occasioned the price of provisions in this country to rise so much higher than the degree of scarcity would seem to warrant, so much higher than it would do in any other country where this cause did not operate."54066ocn300137050book18200.82Malthus, T. RPrincipes d'économie politique : considérés sous le rapport de leur application pratique50323ocn000970986book19580.63Malthus, T. ROn population : three essaysView of the principle of population, by T. Malthus46129ocn060725189file18150.86Malthus, T. RThe grounds of an opinion on the policy of restricting the importation of foreign corn intended as an appendix to "Observations on the Corn laws"37413ocn004425458book18940.77Malthus, T. RParallel chapters from the first and second editions of An essay on the principle of population35116ocn065235715file18070.88Malthus, T. RA letter to Samuel Whitbread, Esq. M.P., on his proposed bill for the amendment of the poor laws34210ocn000090993book18000.70Malthus, T. RThe pamphlets of Thomas Robert Malthus33218ocn065270723file18280.90Senior, Nassau WilliamTwo lectures on population delivered before the University of Oxford in Easter term 1828 ... to which is added a correspondence between the author and the Rev. T.R. Malthus117620ocn004549234book19090.47Petersen, WilliamMalthusBiography10305ocn236342684file19890.56Todes, Daniel PhilipDarwin without Malthus the struggle for existence in Russian evolutionary thoughtHistoryThe first book in English to examine in detail the scientific work of 19th-century Russian evolutionists, and the first in any language to explore the relationship of their theories to their economic, political, and natural milieu+-+058305046599912ocn070892837file19960.50Malthus, T. RT.R. Malthus the unpublished papers in the collection of Kanto Gakuen UniversityHistoryRecords and correspondenceThis is the second and final volume of manuscripts by or relating to T.R. Malthus, now held at Kanto Gakuen University. The texts consist of sermons, correspondence, essays and lecture notes on political economy and history and offer a glimpse of the lifestyle of his wider family and contemporaries+-+43863067059448ocn015629705book19870.53Winch, DonaldMalthusHistory9226ocn670429674file20100.47Rao, MohanMarkets and Malthus population, gender, and health in neo-liberal timesMarkets and Malthus: Population, Gender, and Health in Neo-liberal Times explores the ideas and institutions that were framed at the 1994 United Nations population conference in Cairo and traces their trajectories sixteen years down the line. Why were Third World feminists profoundly critical of the Cairo consensus and process? How has the health of people around the world been affected by neo-liberal economic policies? What have these meant for women's rights, including reproductive rights?. The book presents detailed case studies from various countries ranging from India and China, to Egypt+-+024756786387532ocn000311713book18850.66Bonar, JamesMalthus and his workBiographyFirst Published in 1966. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company+-+30409426966183ocn001104152book19750.59Nickerson, Jane SoamesHomage to Malthus5916ocn006015731book19790.59James, PatriciaPopulation Malthus, his life and timesBiographyThis is a fascinating insight into the work of one of our greatest thinkers. Thomas Robert Malthus (1766-1834) is best remembered today for his theories on the menace of over-population; this first ever full-length biography shows him also in his role as one of the founders of classical political economy, still a controversial figure in the history of economic thought. Based on exhaustive research among contemporary sources, it gives an account of Malthus's two careers, as an economist and as a professor at the East India College.Patricia James describes how, at the East India5656ocn001563084book19530.66Glass, D. VIntroduction to MalthusBibliography5351ocn000170181book19660.59Malthus, T. RThe travel diaries of Thomas Robert MalthusDiaries5204ocn005498729book19740.63Serrón, Luis AScarcity, exploitation, and poverty : Malthus and Marx in Mexico4998ocn000399608book19560.70Paglin, MortonMalthus & Lauderdale; the anti-Ricardian tradition4632ocn037594611book19970.37Rohe, John FA bicentennial Malthusian essay : conservation, population, and the indifference to limits+-+45594854364293ocn039354327book19980.66Ross, Eric BThe Malthus factor : population, poverty, and politics in capitalist developmentThis book represents a major critique of the way Malthusian thinking has influenced capitalist development policy in the modern period, as well as in the past. Taking an historical and comparative view, it highlights the strategic role of Malthusian ideas in the defence of capitalist political economy when confronted by struggles for equality and human progress. He examines how Malthusian arguments portrayed agricultural modernization as a humanitarian attempt to forestall a food crisis in the developing world when in reality, he argues, the agenda was to defer land reform and bolster existing rural class structures. Finally, the book examines how the political economy of underdevelopment is currently being obscured by alarm over the environmental impact of over-population, and how such Malthusian concerns represent the poor not as victims of capitalist development, but as perpetrators of environmental destruction.--From publisher description+-+48104910364284ocn012721993book19860.70Turner, MichaelMalthus and his timeConference proceedings41334ocn828931908book18720.56Greg, William REnigmas of lifeThis 1872 meditation on religious issues grapples with questions of faith, science, and belief. Asserting "I do not say I know there is a God; I only say that I observe and infer much that forces that conviction upon me," the author considers Christianity, omnipotence, Malthus, Darwin, and human development4126ocn004901366book19530.70Marx, KarlMarx and Engels on Malthus: selections from the writings of Marx and Engels dealing with the theories of Thomas Robert Malthus40315ocn003520696book19510.74Smith, KennethThe Malthusian controversyThis book, first published in 1951, focuses on the hitherto ignored contemporary critics of Malthus, giving them the attention they so rightly deserve. Dr Smith traces the Malthusian controversy step by step, from 1798, the date of the First Essay, to the death of Malthus in 1834. Investigating the precursors of Malthus and the genesis of the Malthusian Theory of Population, the book subjects the theory to a searching analysis in the light of not only contemporary criticism, but also subsequent developments and modern ideas. In addition, the book examines the application of the+-+70532806953943ocn000134056book19710.63Marx, KarlMarx and Engels on the population bomb; selections from the writings of Marx and Engels dealing with the theories of Thomas Robert Malthus3884ocn014129288book19860.74Kellman, MitchellWorld hunger : a neo-Malthusian perspective+-+7297740275+-+K757458485+-+K757458485Thu Oct 16 14:59:30 EDT 2014batch78514