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Paris ( /ˈpærɪs/; French: [paʁi] is the capital and largest city in France, situated on the river Seine, in northern France, at the heart of the Île-de-France region (or Paris Region, French: Région parisienne). The city of Paris, within its administrative limits largely unchanged since 1860, has an estimated population of 2,193,031 (January 2007), but the Paris metropolitan area has a population of 11,836,970 (January 2007), and is one of the most populated metropolitan areas in Europe.
In 2009 and 2010 Paris was ranked among the three most important and influential cities in the world, among the first three "European cities of the future" – according to research published by the Financial Times –  and among the top ten cities in the world in which to live according to the British review Monocle (June 2010). An important settlement for more than two millennia, Paris is today one of the world's leading business and cultural centres, and its influences in politics, education, entertainment, media, fashion, science, and the arts all contribute to its status as one of the world's major global cities. Paris also ranks among the 10 greenest European cities in 2010
Paris and the Paris Region, with €552.1 bn (US$768.9 bn) in 2009, produces more than a quarter of the gross domestic product (GDP) of France. According to 2007 estimates, the Paris agglomeration is Europe's biggest city economy and the fifth largest in the world. The Paris Region hosts 37 of the Fortune Global 500 companies in several business districts, notably La Défense, the largest dedicated business district in Europe. Paris also hosts many international organizations such as UNESCO, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and the informal Paris Club. According to the latest survey from Economist Intelligence Unit in 2010, Paris is the world's most expensive city in which to live.
Paris and its region are the most popular tourist destination in the world, with 45 million tourists annually, 27 million of whom are foreign visitors. The city and region contain numerous iconic landmarks — particularly the Eiffel Tower — as well as world-famous institutions and popular parks.
In celebration of the marriage of Peleus and Thetis, Lord Zeus, father of the Greek pantheon, hosted a banquet on Mount Olympus. Every deity and demi-god had been invited, except Eris, the goddess of strife; no one wanted a troublemaker at a wedding. For revenge, Eris threw the golden Apple of Discord inscribed with the word "Kallisti" — "For the most beautiful one" — into the party, provoking a squabble among the attendant goddesses over for whom it had been meant.
The goddesses thought to be the most beautiful were Hera, Athena, and Aphrodite, and each one claimed the apple. They started a quarrel so they asked Zeus to choose one of them. Knowing that choosing any of them would bring him the hatred of the other two, Zeus did not want to take part in the decision. He thus appointed Paris to select the most beautiful. Escorted by Hermes, the three goddesses approached Paris as he herded his cattle on Mount Garagarus. They immediately attempted to bribe him to choose among them - Hera offered ownership of all of Europe and Asia; Athena offered skill in battle, wisdom and the abilities of the greatest warriors; and Aphrodite offered the love of the most beautiful woman on Earth, Helen of Sparta. Paris chose Aphrodite—and Helen.
Helen was already married to King Menelaus of Sparta, so Paris had to raid Menelaus's house to steal Helen from him. (According to some accounts, she fell in love with Paris and left willingly.) The Greeks' expedition to retrieve Helen from Paris in Troy is the mythological basis of the Trojan War. This triggered the war because Helen was famous for her beauty throughout Achaea (ancient Greece), and had many suitors of extraordinary ability. Therefore, following Odysseus's advice, her father Tyndareus made all suitors promise to defend Helen's marriage to the man he chose for her. When she disappeared to Troy, Menelaus invoked this oath. Helen's other suitors—who between them represented the lion's share of Achaea's strength, wealth and military prowess—were obligated to help bring her back. Thus, the whole of Greece moved against Troy in force. The Trojan War had begun.
Paris and the Trojan War
In Homer's Iliad, Paris is portrayed as unskilled and cowardly. His brother Hector frequently criticizes him for this, though Paris readily admits his shortcomings in battle. The fact that he prefers to use a bow and arrow emphasizes this, since he does not follow the code of honor of the other heroes, and it is speculated that in order to hit Achilles, he hit him from behind. Early in the epic, Paris and Menelaus duel in an attempt to end the war without further bloodshed. Menelaus easily defeats Paris, though Aphrodite spirits him away before Menelaus can finish the duel. Paris is returned to his bedchambers where Aphrodite forces Helen to be with him. Paris's second attempt at combat is equally faced; rather than engage the Greek hero Diomedes in melee combat, Paris wounds Diomedes with an arrow through the foot.
Tradition holds that Paris killed Achilles later in the war. Many accounts attribute it to an arrow guided by Apollo.
When Paris was mortally wounded late on in the war by Philoctetes, Helen made her way to Mount Ida where she begged Paris's former lover Oenone to heal him. She refused and Helen returned to Troy, where Paris died later the same day. Sources state that her refusal was based on Paris's betrayal of her and saw his death as a just punishment. She felt betrayed in two ways in that Paris left her first, to reclaim his rightful place in Troy and then second, fell in love and took Helen as his wife and didn't bother about her. But, regardless of both reasons, Oenone still loved him, so when she heard of his funeral, she ran onto his funeral pyre and threw herself in its fire. After Paris's death, his brother Deiphobus married Helen until he was killed mercilessly by Menelaus when he invaded Troy to take back Helen.
Histoire du Luxe
Le luxe véritable n'apparaît généralement pas dans une seule forme ou réalisation et s'accorde mieux avec une certaine profusion semblant si possible illimitée. Le luxe est donc naturellement associé à la richesse qui permet des investissements qui visent le pur agrément et non le profit. Dans le luxe, l'abondance s'associe au superflu pour conférer un sentiment de grande aisance matérielle et de raffinement du goût. Au XVIIIe siècle, cette sensation particulière a été fixée par Voltaire dans une formule un rien paradoxale : « Le superflu, chose très nécessaire. » (poème Le Mondain, 1736).
Le luxe s'exprime dans tous les domaines où le plaisir importe puisqu'il y contribue par un registre particulier et quelque fois le constitue presque entièrement, particulièrement pour ceux qui ont le goût du luxe. Ainsi, le luxe peut-il participer à un type de bonheur et être subjectivement vécu sous des apparences fort modestes.
Le luxe favorise la créativité et l'innovation technique, il stimule les multiples secteurs d'activité qui peuvent conforter tout "consommateur" dans le sentiment qu'il jouit d'une certaine aisance et d'un certain goût. De plus, quand le luxe - quoique toujours un peu élitiste et exceptionnel - peut se concilier avec les séductions de la mode, il incite à des achats de renouvellement qui peuvent ne plus correspondre à aucun besoin réel mais s'avérer très favorables au commerce.
Un produit de luxe représente avant tout un label de qualité : l'acheteur sait par avance qu'il a été produit grâce à un savoir-faire au sommet de "l'état de l'art" d'une profession et est donc prêt à payer la rareté d'un tel produit.
Le luxe n'a pas toujours été considéré comme un appréciable stimulant économique : en France au XVIIIe siècle, il était généralement accusé de nombre de maux comme de s'accroître au détriment des besoins élémentaires des pauvres ou de favoriser la corruption des mœurs, en particulier celles de la jeunesse : selon Diderot « le luxe ruine le riche et redouble la misère des pauvres. » (Salon de 1767). Pourtant Paris a acquis dès cette époque une réputation de capitale du luxe même si cette réputation n'était pas goûtée de tout le monde : « Que le luxe, croissant tous les jours, commence à devenir un usage onéreux et insoutenable au monde qui l'a inventé, que c'est d'ici [Paris] qu'il se répand dans toute l'Europe... ».
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