They had a mentally impaired son, who was later killed by his mother, who afterward committed suicide. Later his attitude was very similar to that of Benedetto Croce , and for similar ideological reasons. He did not espouse egalitarian ideals, which appeared to him as utopian and, in any case undesirable, possibly leading to a Communist society. Indeed, in the years immediately following the First World War , he firmly opposed the maximalist and turbulent socialism of that time. This resulted, for a very brief period, in some sympathy for Fascism. But this attitude changed very quickly, even before Croce.
Giorgio Fano became a courageous and unconditional antifascist, who lost no opportunity to openly express his opinions. These position statements were not without consequences; in this regard we cite Treccani from the Biographical Dictionary:. Professor of Philosophy at various high schools in Trieste since , Fano aspired, however, to university teaching, which encountered many obstacles imposed by the authorities. These difficulties were the result of his antifascist reputation, including a speech that he delivered commemorating his cousin Enrico Elia , a volunteer in the Great War who died in Podgora in In this speech he expressed, in a not very subtle way, the belief that the sacrifice of many lives for freedom was denied by the then dominant political regime.
This political assertion earned him a few days in jail in the fortress of Koper and his reputation as an antifascist continued to have negative effects on his university career. Fano graduated in philosophy cum laude from the University of Padua in , with a thesis with the original title "Of the universe or of myself: essay of a solipsistic philosophy. He did not attend university classes in Padua , probably in part, because he was already married and had to provide for his family.
In addition to Florence , an significant fraction of his university education was gained in Vienna , where he had spent a few years before the war, immersed in the environment of La Voce. Voghera writes  "Of great maieutic skills [resembling the Socratic method of eliciting new ideas from others], it is no wonder that he was a teacher of particular value: the best I have ever known, I would dare to say. In Trieste he lectured for a few years in high schools, before moving to Rome. But some of my peers who had him as a teacher, never ceased to tell me the surprise they experienced when, after listening to Fano, suddenly realizing that philosophy —that indigestible jumble of empty, abstruse and complicated concepts—became something extremely fascinating and current, even fun.
Needless to say, all the pupils were enthusiastic about him and almost all the schoolgirls were in love with him. Fano was scholar of Croce, whom he had known since ; he published various articles on Croce's philosophy. Thus, Fano moved there with his new family. It should be noted that the first book in which his thoughts were explicitly formulated: The Dialectical System of the Spiri t appeared in , when he was already 52 years old.
In , because of the racial laws then in effect, he was turned away from a university teaching position; he succeeded nevertheless in continuing as a professor at the Military School of Rome. After the German invasion on September 8, , Fano found refuge in Rocca di Mezzo in Abruzzo , where he remained for almost a year. His quiet serenity, courage and heedlessness of danger never failed him, although constantly faced with the risks of being discovered by the Germans he and his wife had falsified their identity cards and of the Allied bombing raids.
Indeed, during the long winter of , the Germans often relied on him as an interpreter.
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Since his house was right on the main road, the kitchen was often full of soldiers who needed something. There, in that poorly-heated kitchen, indifferent to the fearsome risks, he worked perhaps more diligently than ever before and completed an important work: The Philosophy of Croce. We recount here an episode   that succinctly epitomizes both the importance that he attached to his work and his temerity and courage, one might almost call it his unconsciousness:. One morning, coming down into the kitchen, which had become his studio, he found it invaded by German soldiers who were looking for water and more.
And then, with his usual calm demeanor, indifferent to the fact that he was a Jew, with the face of a biblical prophet, he pointed the Wehrmacht soldiers to the door: "Please," he said in German, "gentlemen, please, can you go somewhere else. I would have to work. He was quite fortunate that even a most superficial investigation would have been enough to convoy him with his family to the extermination camps.
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