Charles de Koninck (July 29, 1906 - February 13, 1965) was a philosopher and professor at the University of Laval, Canada. Schooled in Aristotelian and Thomistic philosophy, he labored to show the compability and complementarity of philosophical knowledge and scientific inquiry.
Ralph McInerny has been engaged for some years in the project of gathering and translating the works of Charles DeKoninck. Introducing the project, he says, "Some years ago I moved and my books got rearranged and I kept discovering old favorites and coming upon books I had never read but owned for years. One day I took down a book of DeKoninck's, and began to reread. Some hours later I sat back and said aloud, "Thank God I studied with this man.'"
The first volume of The Writings of Charles de Koninck is now in print, having been just published in 2008 (link opens in a new window). Read a review by Thomas Hibbs. The Second Volume in the series has also now been released in June 2009. Both volumes may be ordered at a discount from Amazon.
Many more scanned texts of DeKoninck are available at Scribd (PDF images, and therefore not searchable):
Charles de Koninck Archive - Papers of Charles De Koninck
The Formal Constituent of a Sin of Commission - A dissertation by James Maloney
Self-Love and Human Society - A dissertation by Sister Julia Marie O'Brien