Related formsAv·er·ro·ist, Av·er·rho·ist, nounAv·er·ro·is·tic, Av·er·rho·is·tic, adjective
Examples from the Web for averroism
In the later middle ages free thought, combating the Thomistic system, inclined to Averroism.Renaissance in Italy: Italian Literature|John Addington Symonds
Such is, in brief, the history of Averroism as it invaded Europe from Spain.
Under the designation of Averroism, there came into prominence the theories of Emanation and Absorption.
Notwithstanding, Averroism was a fashionable cult in Venice.Old Continental Towns|Walter M. Gallichan
The parties seemed to have changed when Averroism thus took the side of the church; but the change was probably due to compulsion.