The long-awaited Marvel movie Avengers: Endgame is upon us, and with it comes Thanos, the most formidable opponent the Avengers have ever seen. In the last Avengers installment, Thanos devastated both the team of superheroes and the world. He lives by the philosophy that a species (in this case, humanity) is better off with half of them gone. But Thanos is not original in his philosophy. His actions follow a long intellectual tradition that begins with Malthus and leads us now to Paul Ehrlich.
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