Arnold Levoss was born in 1985 to working class parents Sandy Levoss and Clarice Levoss in the suburbs of Boston, America.
From a young age he challenged the thoughts and beliefs of his parents, but as they were rather simple minded it was no great feat. It wasn't untill at the age of 19 that he embarked on a journey that would lead him through a university course in philosophy that would lay the foundations for his mind blooming and then challenging the thoughts and beliefs of everyone else.
Having two working parents, Arnold was often left alone to amuse himself while his parents earned money. He had no toys and mentions briefly during an interview that "The sunlight and the breeze were my only friends." Regardless of whether this is true or not it seems that having very little to do lead him to think more deeply than his busy parents.
Upon reaching the age of 14 Arnold fled home and lived with his Uncle Corben (a cousin of his father) where he was saved from failing forever. Due to mentoring provided by his uncle in exchange for chores around the house, Arnold was able to make the most of the later half of his highschool education and managed to qualify to go to university.
In a biography written by Penelope Skinner it is revealed that Arnold Levoss was at first very unsuited to the student lifestyle and hence his studies suffered. An old lecturer who used to tutor Levoss was quoted as remarking that "Levoss was never really there. He'd turn up yes. But he was somewhere else."
"Of course this was said by a philosophy lecturer so naturally it seems like bullshit." - Penelope Skinner
Levoss's university carreer was rescued by an unlikely friendship with convict Jimmy Richards. Jimmy had just murdered three women and a royal guard and was in hiding in an abandoned treehouse in a nearby forest where Levoss would often go to relax and contemplate the events of the day. Facing imminent death if captured- Jimmy Richards spoke with a seething nihilism and existentialist spin that only a man of desparate conflict and contradiction could wield.
This had a great effect on Levoss and the diversity of his philosophical thinking expanded greatly. He aced his last three semesters at uni and became one of the most respected and revered philosophers of all time.
Arnold Levoss lives a quiet life in the hills with his beautiful wife and two children.