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Gilbert Faccarello, Masashi Izumo and Hiromi Morishita

This introduction to the book sums up the main results developed in the different chapters and emphasises the basic features of the reception of Malthus’s works and ideas in Europe, America and Japan. In particular, it stresses the importance of the French editions in this reception in Continental Europe, the neglect of Malthus’s theological views, and proposes an explanation of why Malthus’s works generated huge and lasting controversies.