In-Residence positions synergise. By nature and design, they generate unexpected possibilities-often by unlikely juxtapositions of interest, expertise, enthusiasm, experience, and productivity. For this reason, In-Residence faculty are dedicated to their distinctive work; available; and relatively free-floating. Their job is to stimulate, inspire, listen, create, confer, collaborate, and communicate.

It is their job as well to be inspired by, to learn from, and to deeply respect the communities in which they are privileged to reside. Wherever there is room to discover, opportunity to revise, excitement to create, desire to improve, or challenge to transcend; wherever there is surprise, delight, interrogation, innovation, humour and wisdom, there a Philosopher-in-Residence finds good work and food for thought.

In Olden Times... (downloadable pdf file)