People sometime refer to the “hallowed halls” of philosophy. That’s all well and good—a little respect is nice—but seasonality is important, so what about the haunted halls of philosophy?
Who would roam these halls? The scariest philosophers in history, that’s who. But who’s that?
Who is the scariest philosopher?
Tell us who you think it is—and the explanation for your nomination, of course. But note that, being the haunted halls of philosophy, nominees must, of course, be dead.
Previous Halloween-related posts here.