Walter Stein

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"Walter Stein, writer, critic and prominent Catholic moral philosopher, he held a Research Fellowship at Liverpool University, and was a Lecturer in English Literature and Philosophy in the Department of Extramural Studies at Leeds University. He was a member the Alternative Defence Commission, 1980-1988, and subsequently of the Social Defence Project and the Nonviolent Action Research Project from its inception in 1993 until his death in 1996. He edited and contributed to Nuclear Weapons and Christian Conscience, Merlin Press 1961 and 1981 and Peace on Earth: the Way Ahead, Sheed & Ward, 1966. He was for many years an adviser on drama to the Arts Council and contributed the chapter on drama to C.B.Cox and A.E.Dyson (eds) The Twentieth Century Mind, OUP, 1972. He was the author of Criticism as Dialogue, Cambridge University Press, 1969, and a regular contributor to The Tablet and other publications." [1]

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  1. Notes, accessed January 15, 2011.