Stephen R. L. Clark, formerly a Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford (1968-75), Lecturer in Moral Philosophy at the University of Glasgow (1974-83), and Professor of Philosophy at the University of Liverpool (1984-2009), is now retired from paid employment. He continues to manage an international e-list for philosophers, and to serve as Associate Editor of the British Journal for the History of Philosophy. His books include Aristotle’s Man (1975), The Moral Status of Animals (1977), From Athens to Jerusalem (1984), The Mysteries of Religion (1986), Civil Peace and Sacred Order (1989), How to Live Forever (1995), Biology and Christian Ethics (2000), G.K.Chesterton: Thinking Backwards, Looking Forwards (2006), Understanding Faith (2009) and Philosophical Futures (2011). He is married to Prof Gillian Clark of Bristol University, with three adult children and one grandson. His chief current interests are in the philosophy of Plotinus, the understanding and treatment of nonhuman animals, and science fiction.
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