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Ibn Tufayl (Twelfth Century)

Ibn Tufayl (ibn to-fīl’). An Arabic philosopher and physician, who flourished towards the close of the twelfth century in one of the Spanish dominions of the Moors. His most celebrated work is a philosophical romance bearing the title ‘The Improvement of Human Reason Exhibited in the Life of Hai Ebn Yokdhan,’ which has been translated into Hebrew, Latin, and English.