Ht dmf. That's Sean McGrath with the introduction. (McGrath is great: read his Schelling on the unconscious book and loved it!). I always thought MUN would be a perfect fit for me, they have that perfect historical yet contemporary blend of Continental philosophy that my own training is steeped in. Sadly the Peirce scholar there (James Bradley) has passed on although metaphysics is still going strong. I'd love to teach there based just on what I see so far, if only to round out Continental metaphysics with a hybrid Euro-American approach: not only Peirce but Hegel, Deleuze, Dewey, Whitehead, and other important titans.