1. David Sumner & Peter Gilmour (1995). Radiation Protection and Moral Theory. Environmental Values 4 (3):241 - 255.
    It seems likely that there is no threshold for the induction of cancer by ionising radiation. Hence even small radiation doses may result in a finite number of premature deaths if a large number of people are exposed. Various arguments are used to demonstrate that such deaths, if they occur, are acceptable; these arguments are shown to be flawed. Many of the arguments, and the ICRP's principle of justification, appear rooted in a utilitarian system of moral philosophy. Such a system (...)
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  2. Peter Gilmour (ed.) (1990). Philosophers of the Enlightenment. Barnes & Noble Books.
    PETER GILMOUR Introduction Although the nine philosophers in this volume can be described as Enlightenment philosophers (or, at least, as philosophers who ...
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  3. Peter Gilmour (1980). Angel Medina. Reflection, Time and the Novel. Toward a Communicative Theory of Literature. Pp. 143. (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1979.) £7.95. [REVIEW] Religious Studies 16 (3):370.
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