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Jon Wynne-Tyson (born 1924) is a British author, publisher, and pacifist who founded Centaur Press in 1954. Books published under the Centaur imprint include Henry Salt's Animals' Rights Considered in Relation to Social Progress,  and Esmé Wynne-Tyson's The Philosophy of Compassion: The Return of the Goddess (1962).
His mother, Esme (a convert to Christian Science), wrote a number of books with the Theosophist writer J. D. Beresford.
- Finding the words : a publishing life (Michael Russel Publishing, 2004). Review
- Food for a future : the ecological priority of a humane diet
Resources and articles
- Satish Kumar - friend
- ↑ Eton educated Salt (1851-1939) first introduced Gandhi to the influential works of Henry David Thoreau.