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Averroes also known as Ibn Rushd is a famous Arab philosopher, psychologist, astronomer, mathematician, physicist and many other aspects in education. He was born in April 14, 1126, in a city called Cordoba, Andalusia. He is from a very well respected in the society at the time. His education was at the time normal as he started with Islam and studies on Hadith, and other minor studies. He studied many aspects throughout his life. He wouldn’t have gone as much as he had without the help of Ibn Tufail. He was the one who introduced him around and was a good teacher and friend. Averroes and two other philosophers were considered the best in the world in philosophy in that time. He dedicated 30 years of his life for the philosophy. He later was promoted to become a judge in 1160. He was considered a judge in many countries such as Morocco, Seville, and Cordoba. His works are a lot, and a lot means more than 20,000 pages of work. He himself made about 67 works about many works such as law, theology, grammar, and philosophy. Maybe he even wrote more but throughout the history, some works have been gone missing. One of the most important and influential works of Averroes is the translation of Aristotle’s works. His commentary and translations were separated into three different parts. 1. The Jami 2. The Talkis and 3. The Tafsir. In most cases only one or two commentaries of his works have survived time. Before his translated works only a couple remained in Latin which few people at that time understood. He later died in the year in 1198 and there is no specific reason for his...