Hungarian poet and philosopher.
With such a common name and no birth or death date to go on, we could find little about this man on the web. However stormloader contains the following:
". . . .a Hungarian liberal guru named Alfred Reynolds, who had fled to England from the Communists and the Nazis before the war. Although I liked Alfred, I found his atheistic liberalism naive and shallow, and soon became unwelcome at the weekly meetings at his home in Dollis Hill because I raised too many objections. Alfred regarded religion as another name for superstition, and sometimes referred to priests as 'crows in black'. He felt that all society needed to create a heaven-on-earth was more tolerance." That sounds like our man, doesn't it?