AverroŽs (Ibn Rushd): His Life, Works and Influence
Born in 12th-century Muslim Spain, the philosopher Averroes was one of thehief commentators on Aristotle, and almost single-handedly responsible forringing Aristotelian thought to the Western world. His theories on religionnd reason, however, shocked many of his peers in the Islamic world, and heecame an outcast, banished from his country and reviled by his successors.e died in 1198, at the age of 72.;This is a comprehensive overview ofverroes's life and thoughts, covering everything from his role asristotelian thinker, to his position as the founding father of secularhought in Western Europe. In an accessible style, Majid Fakhry reviewsverroes's life not only within the context of his own time, but alsossesses his effect on today's philosophical thought.
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Awesome introduction to the life and works of Ibn Rushd.
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Averroes and the Muslim Neoplatonists
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