ا بن رشد
Free Download or read online pdf book in Urdu"Ibn e Rushd" By Muhamad Zakariya Warak biography of Ibn e Rushd .Abu al-Walid Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn Rushd, better referred to in the Latin West as Averroes, existed amid an extraordinary period in Western learned history, in which enthusiasm toward theory and philosophy was winding down in the Muslim world and simply starting to prosper in Latin Christendom. Only fifteen prior years his introduction to the world, the incredible commentator of Islamic logic, al-Ghazzali (1058-1111), had kicked the bucket in the wake of striking a blow against Muslim Neoplatonic reasoning, especially against the work of the scholar Ibn Sina (Avicenna). From such distressing circumstances developed the Spanish-Muslim rationalists, of which the legal adviser and doctor Ibn Rushd came to be viewed as the last and most persuasive Muslim logician, particularly to the individuals who inherited the convention of Muslim rationality in the West.Averroes was a shield of Aristotelian theory against Ash'ari scholars headed by Al-Ghazali. In spite of the fact that profoundly viewed as a legitimate researcher of the Maliki school of Islamic law, Averroes' philosophical thoughts were viewed as disputable in Muslim circles.averroes had a more prominent effect on Christian Europe: he has been depicted as the "establishing father of common thought in Western Europe" and was known by the sobriquet the Commentator for his nitty gritty emendations to Aristotle. Latin interpretations of Averroes' work headed the path to the advancement of Aristotle and were in charge of the improvement of scholasticism in medieval Europe.
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