b. Are dangerous products of any use in the 3rd world? This is a non-moral scientific question.
c. Is it proper for the US to sponsor the export of dangerous products oversea? This is a moral question.
d. Whether or not the notification system works as its supporters claim it works is a nonmoral factual question.
e. Is it legal to dump this product overseas? This is a nonmoral legal question.
2. What is dumping, and giving some examples. Does dumping raise any moral issues, and if so, what are they? What would an ethical relativist say about dumping? – do you agree? Dumping is exporting goods at lower prices. A dumping is cheaper market price to a across the countries who do not care about health safety. In this case, for example, manufactures sold young children pajamas that had chemical named Tris, could harm children’s health. Another example is manufactures sold 450,000 baby pacifiers which can cause death. Yes, dumping has raised a moral issue. The manufacturer wanted to avoid the profit loss and they knew that all the products can hurt lots of people’s health; still they sold items across the country. I agree that such an ethical theory is based on the premise that right and wrong are determine by what one’s society says is right and wrong. Sometime we human do not think about an particular issue and make our decision according to our society. 3. Speculate on why dumpers dump. Do you think they believe that what they are doing is morally permissible? How would you look at the situation if you were on of the manufacturers of Tris-impregnated pajamas?
Dumpers dump because they don’t want to lose their profit. In my opinion whatever they did is not morally permissible. If I were the manufacturers of Tris-impregnated pajamas, I would let public know that those products may have potential dangerous. 4. If no law is broken, is there anything wrong with dumping? If so, when...