Conceptual Origins of Malthus's 'Essays on Population'
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This six-volume facsimile collection reprints seven publications from the 17th to early 19th century, which conceptually influenced Robert Malthus and his Population - one of the most significant works in the history of thought. All are rare and difficult-to-find texts which have never been reprinted before.
Table of Contents
Volume I: The Primitive Origination of Mankind. Volume II: A Six Month’s Tour through the North of England. The Farmer’s Tour through the East of England. The Question of scarcity plainly stated and remedies considered (1800), c.100 pp. Volumes III–V: A Journey through Spain in the years 1786 and 1787. Volume VI: A Philosophical Survey of the Animal Creation. A Letter to the Rev. T.R. Malthus.
Edited by Yoshinobu Yanagita, Nagasaki Prefectural University