Chiron Publications specializes in books on analytical psychology inspired by and extending the work of C. G. Jung. Many of our titles also explore the psychology of religion, mythology, literature and feminism, in addition to translations of seminal works from Europe. As implied by the name Chiron--a centaur and therefore an image bridging different modes of human existence--our selection embraces many areas of thought and discourse.
Chiron is the most celebrated of the centaurs of Greek mythology. Chiron was entrusted with the rearing and education of many Greek heroes including the healer Aesculapius. Descended from an ancient race, half-human and half-beast, centaurs were liminal figures who linked the instinctual and spiritual dimensions of human existence. Figures like Chiron symbolize a link between the wisdom of the body and newer forms of human consciousness.
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