“After Dark“ (Part II). -- Listening attentively to this track yesterday for the first time in over a decade, I was again engulfed by the melancholy and fear I felt when I first heard it performed live at at the lake-side "Ontario Place" in Toronto in the summer of 1991. I had been invited to the concert by a group of wonderful students with whom I had studied the sociology of knowledge in various pubs throughout the year. The next day I was to return to Finland after having spent an eventful time as visiting professor in philosophy at the "U of T". My (first) marriage with a Finnish woman had fallen apart, and it was far from clear whether I would be able to return permanently to my job in Oulu. I didn't know then that all would work out alright in the end: Georg-Henrik von Wright, Jaakko Hintikka and Juha Manninen made sure I was safe on the work-permit issue, and within a few months I was appointed lecturer in the "Science Studies Unit" in Edinburgh.