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1 . ``Putting aside the question of legality , what moral arguments can be given for and against dumping ?  What is your position on dumping , and what principles and values do you base it on ? Should we have  laws prohibiting more type of dumping ' Immanuel Kant has brought up the issue of duty . Deontology , as Kant named it , emphasizes on the  importance of carrying out duty above any other . Accomplishing one 's duty , no matter what the results  or consequences will be , whether it is morally right or wrong , is regarded by individuals as their ultimate  goal . In addition , Adam Smith and his concept of egoism provide a form of behavior wherein individuals  take actions for the benefit of the self . Each action and decision that people make leans towards self- indulgence and satisfaction . Deontology and egoism embody moral concepts or arguments that seek to  explain the positive side of dumping . First , governments in third world countries where goods and products 
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This note was uploaded on 10/10/2010 for the course FINANCE 5101144 taught by Professor Hjk during the Fall '10 term at Arab Academy for Science, Technology & Maritime Transport.

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