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Did John Law's career inspire some prototypical public choice theorists? His career makes the movements of modern financial executives in and out of regulatory bodies look supremely discreet by comparison.
The first lecture in Before Adam Smith Part 1 said that Galileo wrote about the Diamond and Water Paradox. It was mentioned again in this lecture but not attributed to Galileo. By inference, however, it appears attributed to Law but "notably associated with Adam Smith." My question is was Galileo the first one to write about this Paradox or was it a theory even before him? Who should receive the original credit?
Smart people have better lives, it has been proven and everyone knows it. They have better jobs, higher salaries, happier families, better health and they even look better – all because of their brain. But while you can’t do much about your IQ, there is one thing that you can improve a lot, and improve with simple techniques – it’s your memory! neuroflexyn