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  1. Χρόνια αργότερα, το 1804, σχημάτισε μια οικογένεια με τον Harriet Eckersall, με τον οποίο είχε τρία παιδιά και της οποίας η εκπαίδευση επηρεάστηκε έντονα από τις φιλελεύθερες ιδέες για την εκπαίδευση ...

  2. Thomas Robert Malthus FRS ( / ˈmælθəs /; 13/14 February 1766 – 23 December 1834) was an English cleric, scholar and influential economist in the fields of political economy and demography.

  3. Malthus criticized the Poor Laws for leading to inflation rather than improving the well-being of the poor. He supported taxes on grain imports (the Corn Laws ). His views became influential and controversial across economic, political, social and scientific thought.

  4. There are family trees, photographs and a floor plan of Claverton House, material on Bath Abbey, a history of the parish of Claverton, verses by Richard Graves, notes from the Bath Directory, the text of a play entitled "Chrononhotonthologos" performed at Claverton, and typed extracts from Harriet Eckersall's diary of a tour of France and ...

  5. social |. @harrietfilm “My illustration tribute of #Harriet Tubman reflects the strength, courage and dedication to the freedom of not only herself but hundreds of others…The faces represent the enslaved that she freed as well as the feeling of bond and kinship that I have always shared with her through my heritage.She was a beacon of light that still shines and her legacy is one that ...

  6. A partir de 1804 renuncio a su cargo en Jesus College al contraer matrimonio con su esposa Harriet Eckersall con la que tuvo 3 hijos. Un año después, ingresó como profesor de historia y economía política en la Universidad Haileybury, fundada por la Compañía de las Indias

  7. A year later, Malthus married Harriet Eckersall. In 1821, Malthus became a founding member of the Political Economy Club in London. In 1834, Malthus died at Bath, England.

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