Quotes by Woody Allen

HCH-12-MAIMONIDES HCH 12 / September 2016

Quotes by Woody Allen

“Can we actually ‘know’ de universe? My God, it’s hard enough finding your way around in Chinatown” (Getting Even, “My Philosophy”, in Woody Allen. Complete Prose, Great Britain, Picador, 1992, p. 170)

“Scorning chronological order, I began with Kierkegaard and Sartre, then moved quicky to Spinoza, Hume, Kafka, and Camus. I was not bored, as I had feared I might be; rather, I found myself fascinated by the alacrity with which these great minds unflinchingly attacked morality, art, ethics, life, and death” (Getting Even, “My Philosophy”, in Woody Allen. Complete Prose, Great Britain, Picador, 1992, p. 169)

“Not only is there no God, but try getting a plumber on weekends” (Getting Even, “My Philosophy”, in Woody Allen. Complete Prose, Great Britain, Picador, 1992, p. 173)

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(We love you, Woody! Origami stars by Yael Streett Tejeda. Photo by Antonia Tejeda Barros, Madrid, 2016)

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