Paradox of Value-High values of frivolities

The fact that most of the necessities for life like water are priced much lower than the frivolities like diamonds is addressed by the: (1) Utilitarian enigma. (2) Law of diminishing marginal utility. (3) Rational ignorance of hypothesis. (4) Paradox of the value. (5) Marginal utility theorem.

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