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What Is The English To Latin Translation For "No One Exists"?

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"No one exists" this rings a bell, now where did this come from? Is it a poem, movie, book or is it just a philosophical phrase bantered about for centuries? I will find out, after I find the Latin translation.    "Nemo futurus" is the Latin translation for "No one exists." The Latin translation for the original phrase is "And, no unus futurus unus,"  "And, no one exists alone,"  written by the poet and author Wiliam H. Auden, in his poem Septemer 1, l939. Below is the seventh verse of Auden's poem.    September 1, 1939    W. H. Auden       "All I have is a voice       To undo the folded lie,  The romantic lie in the brain  Of the sensual man-in-the-street  And the lie of Authority  Whose buildings grope the sky;  There is no such thing as the State  And no one exists alone;  Hunger allows no choice  To the citizen or the police;  We must love one another or die."    Here is another poem written by William H. Auden, who do you believe he might be describing in this poem?      "Epitaph On a Tyrant"    Perfection, of a kind, was what he was after,  And the poetry he invented was easy to understand;  He knew human folly like the back of his hand,  And was greatly interested in armies and fleets;  When he laughed, respectable senators burst with laughter, And when he cried the little children died in the streets.    To read more of William Auden's great poetry click the link below. Don't miss reading, "As I Walked Out One Evening" "'O let not time deceive you, You cannot conquer Time."  To learn more about the man, W.H. Auden, enter his name in google and take your pick from the many sites.    audensociety.org
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'Nemo futurus' would mean either 'no one is to come into being' or 'there is no one in the future'. 'No one exists' should be rendered as 'nemo exstat' or 'est nemo'.
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