What field is the diamond–water paradox related to?
The paradox of value (also known as the diamond–water paradox) is the apparent contradiction that, although water is on the whole more useful, in terms of survival, than diamonds, diamonds command a higher price in the market. The philosopher Adam Smith is often considered to be the classic presenter of this paradox, although it had already appeared as early as Plato's Euthydemus. Nicolaus Copernicus, John Locke, John Law and others had previously tried to explain the disparity.
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the United States
the United Kingdom
What was the reason to build Canberra for Australian capital, rather than selecting one of the existing large cities?
safe location far from the sea
wish of the Indigenous Australians
low land price
dispute between Sydney and Melbourne
During the whole history, where were most of slaves from Africa taken to?
North America without Carribean
Which country other than USA named its capital after the president of the United States?