The following is a modified-for-blog version of the presentation which I gave at the Segundas Jornadas Postdoctorales e Iniciación de Filosofía at the Institute of Philosophy, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, June 22. Your comments, criticism, or thoughts are welcome.
Charles de Koninck
I am happy to announce that I am beginning a postdoctoral research position under the auspices of the Instituto de Filosofía at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, in Santiago, Chile, and the supervision of Prof. José Tomás Alvarado, I… Read More ›
St. Thomas argues as follows when answering the question whether the practical and speculative intellects are numerically diverse powers: The practical and speculative intellects are not diverse powers. The reason for this is that . . . that which is accidentally… Read More ›
For those who have better things to do than read the 22pp version of my De Koninck abstraction paper, what follows is a slightly edited version of the 15-minute version of the paper which I delivered at the recent III Congreso… Read More ›
Now available via the “online first” section of the ACPQ’s website for January 6, 2016, is my article “Charles De Koninck and the Sapiential Character of Natural Philosophy.” The abstract follows: In his early career, Charles De Koninck defended two theses: first,… Read More ›
Yesterday, I finished revising my dissertation on the natural philosophy of Charles De Koninck. Only the faculty reader-requested comments remain. Deo gratias! In related events, the newest edition of De Koninck’s Oeuvres published by Laval Press arrived today. In the book, it… Read More ›