Philosophy And Sciences in Muslim Contexts
Fouad Ben Ahmed
Fouad Ben Ahmed is an associate professor of philosophy and the methodology of research at al-Quarawiyine University- Dar el-Hadith el-Hassania, Rabat. He is an assessor in the Bureau of SIEPM, Leuven; and member of the bureau of SIHSPAI, Paris. He was a visiting scholar at Aix-Marseille University in 2019, at the University of Colorado Boulder in 2016, and at the University of Cologne in 2012. Among his recent publications are the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy entry on Ibn Rushd (co-authored with Robert Pasnau), and Ibn Ṭumlūs, Compendium on Logic (Brill, 2020). He is currently preparing a critical edition of Ibn Rushd’s al- Kashf ʿan Manāhij al-adilla.
Richard C. Taylor
Richard C. Taylor, professor of philosophy at Marquette University since 1982 and current member of the De Wulf-Mansion Centre at the Catholic University of Leuven in Belgium, works mainly in three areas of medieval philosophy: the early period of the “Circle of al-Kindi”, the classical rationalist period of al-Farabi, Ibn Sina and Ibn Rushd, and the influence of translated philosophical works in Latin among Christian theologians and philosophers of the 12th and 13th centuries such as Thomas Aquinas and his teacher, Albert the Great. In 2009 with Prof. T.-A. Druart he published an English translation of Ibn Rushd’s Long Commentary on the De Anima of Aristotle. Past president of the American Catholic Philosophical Association, he is currently vice-president of the Société Internationale d’Histoire des Sciences et de la Philosophie Arabes et Islamic (https://sihspai.weebly.com/) and director of the Aquinas and ‘the Arabs’ International Working Group (http://richardctaylor.info/aaiwg/). He is also editor of the Brepols series, Philosophy in the Abrahamic Traditions of the Middle Ages (http://www.brepols.net/Pages/BrowseBySeries.aspx?TreeSeries=PATMA).
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