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The first translation available in English of a key work by the twelfth-century Muslim philosopher Averroes, which reveals his controversial views about reason, religion, and humankind's relationship with God. Suitable both for scholars and interested readers, this unique text proves that today's disputes between religion, reason, and science are far from a new phenomenon.
This translation reveals Averroes's beliefs about reason and religion. This text suggests that today's disputes between religion, reason and science are not new, but have their roots in the works of philosophers like Averroes, whose effect upon modern thought is fully revealed in this book.