Averroës

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A·ver·ro·ës

or A·ver·rho·ës  (ə-vĕr′ō-ēz′, ăv′ə-rō′ēz) also Ibn Rushd (ĭb′ən ro͝osht′) 1126-1198.
Spanish-Arab philosopher, jurist, and physician. He is well known for his commentaries on Aristotle, which exerted a strong influence on medieval Christian theology.
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Averroës

(əˈvɛrəʊˌiːz)
n
(Biography) Arabic name ibn-Rushd. 1126–88, Arab philosopher and physician in Spain, noted particularly for his attempts to reconcile Aristotelian philosophy with Islamic religion, which profoundly influenced Christian scholasticism
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A•ver•ro•ës

or A•ver•rho•ës

(əˈvɛr oʊˌiz)

n.
1126?–98, Arab philosopher in Spain.
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Noun1.Averroes - Arabian philosopher born in Spain; wrote detailed commentaries on Aristotle that were admired by the Schoolmen (1126-1198)
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