Ibn Rushd


Ibn Rushd (1126 AD – 1198 AD) is one of the most famous philosophers in the tradition of Islam, who attempted to build a great bridge between the East and the West during the 12th century.
Ibn Rushd or Averroës as he was called in Europe was a colossal scholar, considering that he made three kinds of commentaries in Latin or Hebrew for Aristotle’s ‘Second Analytic’, ‘Physics’, ‘Sky’, ‘The Soul’, and the ‘Metaphysics’. He was also the author of works on jurisprudence, astronomy and medicine.

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