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Ibn BĀjjah IBN BĀJJAH (d. AH 533/1139 CE), known in Arabic as Abū Bakr Muḥammad ibn Yaḥyā ibn al-Ṣāʾigh and in Latin as Avempace, was the...
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Ibn Bajja c. 1095-c. 1138 Arab philosopher, also called Avempace, who defended Johannes Philoponus's critique of Aristotle's ideas concerning motion. Aristotle had asserted that a physic...
Ibn Bājja (D. 533 Ah/1138 Ce)
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Ibn BĀjja(D. 533 Ah/1138 Ce) Abū-Bakr Muḥammad ibn Yaḥyā ibn al-Sāyigh ibn Bājja, the Islamic philosopher, was known to the medieval Scholastics as Ave...
Ibn Bājja [addendum]
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Ibn BĀjja [addendum] One of the unusual aspects of Ibn Bājja's political philosophy is the doctrine that in imperfect societies the philosopher has the status of weeds or nawabit....
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Known in the Latin West as Avempace, the ill-fated philosopher Ibn Bajja remains somewhat mysterious. It is not known exactly when and where he was born, and there are gaps in his biography. He had an...
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