An essay on the principle of population / 2
Published in two volumes, these books provide a student audience with an excellent scholarly edition of Malthus' Essay on Population.
Print Book, English, 1989
Cambridge Univ. Pr., Cambridge, 1989
VI, 397 Seiten
Volume II; Book II. Re-written Chapters : 4. (b) On the fruitfulness of Marriages; 6. (b) Effects of Epidemics on Registers of Births, Deaths and Marriages; Book III. Re-written Chapters : A. Of the Agricultural System; B. Of the Commercial System; C. Of Systems of Agriculture and Commerce combined; D. Of Corn Laws. Bounties upon Exportation; E. Of Corn Laws. Restrictions upon Importation; F. Of increasing Wealth as it affects the Condition of the Poor; Book IV. Of our future Prospects respecting the Removal or Mitigation of the Evils arising from the Principle of Population: 1. Of moral restraint, and the foundations of our obligation to practise this virtue; 2. Of the Effects which would result to Society from the general practice of this virtue; 3. Of the only effectual mode of improving the condition of the poor; 4. Objections to this mode considered; 5. Of the consequences of pursuing the opposite mode; 6. Effects of the knowledge of the principal cause of poverty on Civil Liberty; 5. Of the consequences of pursuing the opposite mode; 6. Effects of the knowledge of the principal cause of poverty on Civil Liberty; 7. Continuation of the same subject [Added 1817]; 8. Plan of the gradual abolition of the Poor Laws proposed; 9. Of the modes of correcting the prevailing opinions on the subject of Population; 10. Of the direction of our charity; 11. Of the errors in different plans which have been proposed, to improve the condition of the Poor; 12. Continuation of the same subject [Added 1817]; 13. Of the necessity of general principles on this subject; 14. Of our rational expectations respecting the future improvement of Society; Appendices, 1806, 1817; Note 1825.