Repugnance Quotes

Collection of top 13 famous quotes about Repugnance

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Repugnance Quotes By Emil Cioran: Nothing desiccates a mind so much as its Nothing desiccates a mind so much as its repugnance to conceive obscure ideas. Emil Cioran
Repugnance Quotes By Josemaria Escriva: That conversation ... was as dirty as a That conversation ... was as dirty as a sewer! It is not enough for you to take no part in it. You must show your repugnance for it strongly! — Josemaria Escriva
Repugnance Quotes By Leon R. Kass: In some crucial cases ... repugnance is the In some crucial cases ... repugnance is the emotional expression of deep wisdom, beyond reason's power completely to articulate it. — Leon R. Kass
Repugnance Quotes By Robert Louis Stevenson: I felt no repugnance- I knew I was I felt no repugnance- I knew I was wicked, ten times more wicked, and that thought both braced and delighted me. — Robert Louis Stevenson
Repugnance Quotes By William Makepeace Thackeray: The moral world has no particular objection to The moral world has no particular objection to vice, but an insuperable repugnance to hearing vice called by its proper name. — William Makepeace Thackeray
Repugnance Quotes By Emile Zola: such a strange look of repugnance and horror such a strange look of repugnance and horror — Emile Zola
Repugnance Quotes By Philippe Aries: Too evident sorrow does not inspire pity but Too evident sorrow does not inspire pity but repugnance, it is the sign of mental instability or of bad manners: it is morbid. — Philippe Aries
Repugnance Quotes By Henry David Thoreau: The repugnance to animal food is not the The repugnance to animal food is not the effect of experience, but it is instinct. — Henry David Thoreau
Repugnance Quotes By Michael Grant: Alex leaned close, pushing past repugnance and fear, Alex leaned close, pushing past repugnance and fear, to hear a wet, gurgling voice say, Who the hell are you? — Michael Grant
Repugnance Quotes By Robert Louis Stevenson: And yet when I looked upon that ugly And yet when I looked upon that ugly idol in the glass I was conscious of no repugnance,rather a leap of welcome. This too, was myself. — Robert Louis Stevenson