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PostPosted: Thu Dec 04, 2008 10:39 pm 
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I know Friedrich Nietzsche said it in Twilight of the Idols, 1888, but I would like it translated into Latin. Can you guys help me with that please? Or atleast direct me to a place where that would be possible. (online)


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Quod me non necat (me) fortiorem facit.

Sorry, I'm not allowed now to post the link

Alexander the Great said that previously (no, I don't say he was not allowed to post the link ! ) :lol:


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Thank you so much for all your help, and the pm. Did not think this would be answered so fast))) Appreciate it a lot)

Edit: what about:

"quod non me inferfecit me corroborit" or "quod non me interfecit fortior me fecit".

Which one would be "more right" in your opinion? Also a dumb question, but when you wrote "(me)" you were refering to "necat"?


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