Book ID: CBB000110557

Malthus, Medicine, and Morality: “Malthusianism” after 1798 (2000)

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Dolan, Brian P. (Editor)


Rodopi


Publication Date: 2000
Physical Details: vi + 232 pp., index
Language: English

Description Contributors include: Brian Dolan, Timothy L. Alborn, Roy Porter, Robert M. Young, Brian Young, Christopher Hamlin, Kathleen Gallagher-Kamper, Lesley A. Hall, Angus McLaren, Antonello La Vergata.


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Review Jenner, Mark S. R. (2002) Review of "Malthus, Medicine, and Morality: “Malthusianism” after 1798". Bulletin of the History of Medicine (p. 381). unapi

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Authors & Contributors
Mayhew, Robert
Mort, Frank
Dorn, M. L.
Bederman, Gail L.
Green, Alexa
Oxley, Deborah
Journals
Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences
Journal of British Studies
Bulletin of the History of Medicine
Past and Present
Notes and Records: The Royal Society Journal of the History of Science
Medicina nei Secoli - Arte e Scienza
Publishers
Routledge
Belknap Press of Harvard University Press
Johns Hopkins University
University of California, Los Angeles
Indiana University
Princeton University Press
Concepts
Medicine
Medicine and ethics
Population
Medicine and society
Medicine and politics
Human experimentation
People
Malthus, Thomas Robert
Beaumont, William
Drake, Daniel
Reeves, James E.
Time Periods
19th century
18th century
20th century
20th century, early
17th century
Renaissance
Places
United States
Great Britain
England
Americas
Germany
Korea
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