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Pre-Malthusian doctrines of population
Charles Emil Stangeland
Originally published, 1904.
|Statement||by Charles Emil Stangeland.|
|Series||Reprints of economic classics|
Abstract. The Malthusian threat of overpoulation has inspired many writers ever since Thomas Robert Malthus’ “Essay on the Principle of Population” appeared in (and ). Because the Malthusian framework is basically economic, the population Cited by: 4. Pre-Malthusian Doctrines of Population A Study in the History of Economic Theory by Charles Emil Stangeland.
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C.E. Strangeland’s Pre-Malthusian Doctrines of Population — the very label “pre- book. 31 Yet beyond these realms, and beyond even the effects of their cultivation on food supply. Free 2-day shipping. Buy Pre-Malthusian Doctrines of Population: A Study in the History of Economic Theory at nd: Stangeland Charles Emil attitudes toward population from the framework of ideas of which they were a part.
Of the many sixteenth- seventeenth- and eighteenth-century writings that assigned fundamental importance to differences of population size and composition, only a small minority were presented explicitly or primarily as theories or doctrines of population.
Pre-Malthusian Doctrines of Population. Charles Strangeland the book builds on current scholarship that has attempted to move beyond examining the dynamics of the socio-cultural and Author: Fu-Lai Tony Yu.
ADVERTISEMENTS: Theories of Population: Malthus Theory, Marx’s Theory and Theory of Demographic Transition. The theorizing about population (population size and change) have remained an important subject since time immemorial.
Many of the ancient philosophers like Confucius (China), Kautilya (India), Ibn Khaldin (Arab), Plato (Greece) and modem thinkers. A group of biological units belonging to the human species forms the raw material for society.
But such a group does not form a society, as distinguished from an animal herd or an unsocialized throng, unless it has learned to carry on a set of activities which are maintained by virtue of the causal interrelations between the different members of the group.
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Read the full-text online edition of The Evolution of the Classical Wage Theory (). Home» Browse» Books» Book details, The Evolution of the Classical Wage Theory. The Evolution of the Classical Wage Theory. By Michael T. Wermel The Development of Pre-Malthusian Population Doctrines.11 At this time () Mirabeau had not yet joined the Physiocrats who reasoned that, in France at that time, luxury which eventuated in a demand for subsistence was more favourable to agriculture and population growth than was decorative luxury.
See my French Predecessors, pp., ff. Malthus referred to Mirabeau's observation that revenue was the source of Cited by: