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Thomas Malthus on Population - Geography - About.com
Thomas Malthus is a key figure in demography; he thought that human population increases much faster than agricultural production, thus the end result is ...
What Is a Demographic Transition Model? - Geography - About.com
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Thomas Malthus Biography - Evolution - About.com
Thomas Robert Malthus was born on either February 13 or 14, 1766 (different sources list both as a possible date of birth) in Surrey County, England to Daniel  ...
Malthus, Thomas Robert - Agnosticism / Atheism - About.com
Glossary of Religion and Philosophy - Short Biography of Thomas Malthus.
Thomas Robert Malthus [1766-1834] - About Archaeology
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People Who Influenced Charles Darwin - Evolution - About.com
Thomas Malthus was arguably the most influential person on Darwin's ideas. Even though Malthus was not a scientist, he was an economist and understood ...
Why Is Economics Called the "Dismal Science?"
The popular belief is that Carlyle started using the phrase in response to the " dismal" prediction of 19th-century reverend and scholar Thomas Malthus, who ...
John Stuart Mill: An Existentialist? - Economics - About.com
... population grows at a faster rate than food, something said long ago by Thomas Malthus. Reading about the past fortunately happened to Mill at an early age, ...
On Sadler's Bombastic Declamations, by Thomas Babington Macaulay
Thomas Macaulay's merciless attack on the "bombastic" style and "foolish" ... challenged the population doctrine espoused by Thomas Malthus) stands as a ...
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