He unfortunately dealt the death blow to Mohammedan philosophy and averroes wrote against him.
At all events, so he was interpreted by averroes and later by Aquinas.
There its great representative was averroes, whose life filled the last three quarters of the twelfth century.
He was the most eminent predecessor of Ibn Rushd or averroes.
In the twelfth century, averroes, the greatest philosopher of Islamism, was born.
They speculate on Nirvana, on Brahm, on the doctrine of averroes.
Aristotle had passed away from their eyes; his great commentator, averroes, stood in his place.
The most famous of the professors were averroes, Albucasis and Avenzoar.
Yet we find the disciples of averroes numerous in the university of Padua about that time.
Of these averroes, a native of Cordova, who died early in the thirteenth century, was the most eminent.
Latinization of name of Ibn Rushd (1126-1198) Arab philosopher and physician of Spain and Morocco.
Averroës A·ver·ro·ës or A·ver·rho·ës (ə-věr'ō-ēz', āv'ə-rō'ēz), 1126-1198.
Arab physician and philosopher, born in Spain. He is best known for his commentaries on Aristotle.