Thought (29)

Italy is a country where anything
not explicitly permitted is forbidden,
and all that is forbidden is implicitly allowed.

Dario de Judicibus, Rome, September 8th, 2009


  • L’Italia è un Paese dove tutto ciò che non è esplicitamente permesso è proibito, e tutto ciò che è proibito è implicitamente permesso.
  • L’Italie est un pays où tout n’est pas explicitement autorisé est interdit, et tout ce qui est interdit est implicitement autorisé.
  • Italia es un país donde está prohibido todo lo que no se permita explícitamente, y todo lo que está prohibido está implícitamente permitido.
  • Italien ist ein Land, in dem alles, was nicht ausdrücklich erlaubt ist, verboten ist, und in dem alles, was verboten ist, implizit erlaubt ist.
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