Abu al-Walid ibn Rushd (better know by his Latin name Averroes) was
born in Cordoba, the capital of al-Andalus, as Muslim Spain was
called. He was dedicated to the study of Plato and Aristotle,
writing comprehensive commentaries on the great Greek philosophers
who introduced Europe to the breadth of Greek philosophy. Known as
one of the greatest interpreters of Aristotle, he provided a link
between ancient and modern thought. Supports history-social science
context standards mandating exploration of intellectual exchanges
and contributions of Muslim scholars, and their influence on the
science, geography, mathematics, philosophy, and medicine of later
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||Great Muslim Philosophers and Scientists of the Middle Ages
||247 x 179 x 12mm (L x W x T)
||Hardcover - Library binding / Paper over boards
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