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Philosophy And Sciences in Muslim Contexts

Abdelali Elamrani - jamal

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Abdelhay Azerkan

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Abdelmajid Sghiar

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Abdou Filali-Ansary

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Ahmed Alami Hamdan

kingdom of morocco

Ali Benmakhlouf


Charles E. Butterworth

United States of America

Emma Gannagé


Farid Lamrini

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Jaafar Benelhaj Soulami

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Jamal Allal Al-Bakhti

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Josep Puig Montada


Khaled El-Rouayheb

United States of America


Justin K. Stearns

United Arab Emirates

Luis Xavier López-Farjeat


Maroun Aouad


Mbarek Hanoun

kingdom of morocco

Mohamed Abattouy


Mohamed El Ouali

kingdom of morocco

Mostafa Bensbaa

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Robert Pasnau

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Robert Wisnovsky



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“Humor and and Laughter in Classical Islamic Philosophy”

  Prof. Luis Xavier Lopez-Farjeat will give a lecture on the platform of the Foundation for Philosophy and Research in Philosophy and Science in Muslim Contexts on May 6, 2022 at 20:00 (Morocco Time), 15:00 (Mexico City Time), 16:00 (Washington DC Time). The...

IBN RUSHD AND AVERROES: A Question of More Than a Name by Richard Taylor

  Professor Richard Taylor gives an oline lecture on the Foundation for Research in Philosophy and Science in Muslim Contexts page on Facebook: IBN RUSHD AND AVERROES: A Question of More Than a Name Richard Taylor is Professor of Philosophy at Marquette...

On Recovering Ibn Rushd Interpreting Averroes: Critical Essays Peter Adamson and Matteo Di Giovanni (eds.), Interpreting Averroes: Critical Essays, Cambridge University Press, 2019, 262pp., $105.00 (hbk), ISBN 9781107114883.

Despite Ibn Rushd's fame and the abundance of writings about him, many aspects of his thought have not yet been, or are just beginning to be, studied in detail. This general impression emerges from reading at least some chapters of Fouad Ben Ahmed   On Recovering...

Ibn Rushd on Knowledge, Pleasures, and Analogy

Much has been written about Aristotle’s treatment of knowledge, pleasure, and analogy.2 Regarding Ibn Rushd (Averroes, 595/1198), however, there are only a few studies that have dealt principally with this topic.3 This topic brings together logic, psychology,...
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