One could cite the ideologies of gender but also worldwide Malthusianism
that claims to be ecological but wants to limit the reproduction of the poorest populations.
So it is not driven by left-wing environmental ideology; indeed, it resists both Malthusianism
and deep ecology.
Malthus, a great Victorian figure and the founder of the theory of Malthusianism
, who believed that rapid multiplication of population, would cause famine.
, Marxism, and Sen's entitlement failure
But Countdown is a population book, and I hate Malthusianism
This new faith raised an economic question that the Malthusianism
of classical economics could never sensibly ask.
As a radical Tory, besides the Biblical teachings, he drew upon the writings of Carlyle, Owen and the experience of the Middle Ages, thus standing against Malthusianism
whose emphasis was upon scarcity of resources.
Under the influences of Malthusianism
and the global population-control movement, "population explosion" or "overpopulation" was identified as a serious social and national problem by the 1960s in Taiwan.
72) On account of a class-reverse Malthusianism
, well-to-do children with no other prospects, Smith predicted, would soon have to accept a social demotion and become middle class citizens.
RZ: We must lay out a scientific refutation of Malthusianism
and Darwinism as applied to human social evolution, as I do in my book.
Both State economic/development models and the rules of scarcity move together to justify Malthusianism
The character of Ebenezer Scrooge is generally supposed to be a personification of Malthusianism
, and the stonehearted Thomas Gradgrind in Hard Times has actually named one of his children Malthus, presumably for readers who did not take the hint from Gradgrind Sr.