1875 – Born in Castelvetrano, Sicily on the 30th of May.
1907-1914 – He held the University professor of philosophy chair at Palermo, and was later Mussolini’s minister of Public Education at Pisa University.
1916 – The Theory of Mind as Pure Act.
1917 – Logic as Theory of Knowledge.
1932 – He described himself as ‘the philosopher of Fascism’, and ghostwrote A Doctrine of Fascism for Benito Mussolini.
1944 – He was killed by a group of anti-fascist partisans while returning from the Prefecture in Florence, ironically, where he was arguing for the release of anti-fascist thinkers, on the 15th of April.