Malthus definition

  • others:
    • Malthus, Thomas Robert 1766-1834. Brit economist just who wrote An Essay regarding the Principle of Population (1798), arguing that populace sometimes increase faster than food supply, with undoubtedly devastating outcomes, unless the rise in populace is inspected by ethical restraints or by war, famine, and illness.
  • proper-noun:
    • an unusual surname produced from the Middle English word for malthouse.
    • exclusively, Thomas Malthus, English demographer and governmental economist, which proposed the scene that population development always surpasses the growth for the necessary meals supply.
    • Thomas Robert Malthus, an English economist which argued that increases in populace would outgrow increases within the way of subsistence (1766-1834).
  • noun:
    • an English economist whom argued that increases in population would outgrow increases inside way of subsistence (1766-1834)

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