The Famous Economist Thomas Robert Matlhus
The famous economist Thomas Robert Math, in his views regarding population, is Pessimistic. The argument of Malthus rests upon two propositions; unchecked population increased in a geometrical ratio while subsistence increases in an arithmetical ratio. He also brings support to his theory in the law of diminishing returns, the implication of which is that food production is bound to lag behind population growth. So, his views regarding population is pessimistic.