Minerva's Quotes

Collection of top 9 famous quotes about Minerva's

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Minerva's Quotes By Roger L'Estrange: Humor is the offspring of man; it comes Humor is the offspring of man; it comes forth like Minerva, fully armed from the brain. Roger L'Estrange
Minerva's Quotes By Philip Sidney: O you virtuous owle,The wise Minerva's only fowle. O you virtuous owle,
The wise Minerva's only fowle. — Philip Sidney
Minerva's Quotes By Walter Benjamin: As Hegel put it, only when it is As Hegel put it, only when it is dark does the owl of Minerva begin its flight. Only in extinction is the collector comprehend. — Walter Benjamin
Minerva's Quotes By Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel: The owl of Minerva begins its flight only The owl of Minerva begins its flight only with the coming of the dusk. — Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
Minerva's Quotes By Tessa Dare: Jesus. Jesus Christ and Mary Magdalene. Delilah, Jezebel, Jesus. Jesus Christ and Mary Magdalene. Delilah, Jezebel, Salome, Judith, Eve. Trouble, every last one. Add Minerva Highwood to the list. — Tessa Dare
Minerva's Quotes By Larry McMurtry: I'd hate to read all these books ... I'd hate to read all these books ... that much reading could put your eyes out. — Larry McMurtry
Minerva's Quotes By J.K. Rowling: We teachers are rather good at magic, you We teachers are rather good at magic, you know. — J.K. Rowling
Minerva's Quotes By Terry Eagleton: Understanding is always in some sense retrospective, which Understanding is always in some sense retrospective, which is what Hegel meant by remarking that the owl of Minerva flies only at night. — Terry Eagleton
Minerva's Quotes By Maria Shriver: I liked that Larry King didn't know who I liked that Larry King didn't know who Minerva was. — Maria Shriver