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    Dezember 1198 in Marrakesch, arabisch Murrākuš ), war ein andalusischer Philosoph, muslimischer Gelehrter, Jurist, Arzt und arabischsprachiger Schriftsteller. Er war Hofarzt der berberischen Dynastie der Almohaden von Marokko. Averroes verfasste eine medizinische Enzyklopädie und fast zu jedem Werk von Aristoteles einen Kommentar.

  2. Averroes was born in Córdoba, Al-Andalus. He lived during a unique period in academic history. Interest in philosophy and theology was failing in the Muslim world but just beginning to become influential in Christian Europe. Averroes himself was influenced by the ideas of Aristotle. His philosophy was often criticised by fellow Muslims. [1]

  3. Averroës. The Spanish-Arabic scholar Averroës (1126-1198), also known as Ibn Rushd, was a leading philosopher of the Middle Ages. His commentaries on Aristotle became a major source for understanding the work of that thinker in the 13th and 14th centuries. The tradition of Arabic philosophy, one of the monuments of medieval Islamic ...

  4. abū 'l-walīd muḥammad ibn aḥmad ibn rushd ( arabic: أبو الوليد محمد بن احمد بن رشد ), better known just as ibn rushd ( arabic: ابن رشد ), and in european literature as averroes ( ipa: /əˈvɛroʊ.iːz/) (1126 – december 10, 1198), was an andalusian muslim polymath; a master of islamic philosophy, islamic theology, maliki law and jurisprudence, logic, …

  5. The European Renaissance was a revolutionary movement in human history. In this era of the rebirth of humanity, a great number of valuable artworks were created. One of these masterpieces is the magnificent wall painting The School of Athens, by Raphael, which is also known as a "visualization of kn …

  6. Arabian philosopher of the twelfth century; born at Cordova in 1126; died in 1198. Although himself a prolific writer on philosophy and medicine, his chief importance is as a commentator upon the works of Aristotle, and for this reason he is often styled "the commentator par excellence." Like Avicenna, who also commented Aristotle, Averroes ...

  7. Averroes was born on 14th April 1126 in Cordoba (now Spain) to a distinguished family of jurists. His star sign was Aries. His grandfather served as a Cordoba judge under the Almoravids, a position that was later also held by his father, Abu Al-Qasim Ahmad until the year 1146 when the Almohads replaced the Almoravids.

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