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Subsequently he taught Greek and Latin in a secondary school. He started to send liberal scientists who had already made themselves a name to Western Europe, to show that a liberal, anti-fascist Hungary also existed. He accepted on condition that he would stay in Ticino , on the shore of Lago Maggiore , instead of the capital Bern. Like many other Hungarians at the time residing in Switzerland with diplomatic status, he thereby became overnight a stateless, political refugee.
This regular contact with the Swiss psychologist had originally established the connection to Switzerland, which ultimately led to the permanent emigration to the Italian-speaking canton of Ticino. In he travelled to Hungary to give his inauguration speech at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences , with the intent of contributing to the democratic development of Hungary.
His academic title was withdrawn and only as late as it was reinstated post mortem. Despite the fact that he can be considered an academic outsider, it was during that time that he developed his largest influence as one of the latest representatives of the great tradition of humanistic scholars of antiquity. Between and he held annual lectures at conferences of the institute of philosophy of the University of Rome.
This led to his first book Die griechisch-orientalische Romanliteratur in religionsgeschichtlicher Beleuchtung. He increasingly saw the objective of philology in analyzing the written record of antiquity as a critical representation of real life, just like archeology is dedicated to the record of antiquity through actual touch.
Otto , who would prove to influence him greatly. This also influenced his position towards several of his scientific mentors. Together with Jung he endeavored to establish mythology as a science in its own right. His whole essence and being, his structure and his own experiences, become a factor that cannot be overlooked for interpretation.
Of all his publications only few have been published in Hungarian. As a prominent member of the former Hungarian intellectual establishment and the bearer of an aristocratic name, he was banished from Hungarian cultural life since the s as being too liberal, first by the right-wing pro-Nazi governments, later by the communist regime.
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