Latin Translation Of Nothing is true, everything is permitted?

Reply Sun 11 Apr, 2010 07:13 am
Which is more accurate?
Nihil versus, omnia licita
Nihil verum, omnia licita
I hope one of them translate to nothing is true, everything is permitted
Could you please tell me the difference between versus and verum?
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Reply Sun 11 Apr, 2010 11:09 am
@Anton Svet,
To begin with, versus is just wrong. I suspect that it
is a typo for verus. So the real question should be,
is it verus (masculine singular) or verum (neuter
singular). I think it is obvious that the correct choice
is neuter, verum.
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