<history of philosophy, biography> French philosopher (1235-1282). As one of the radical Aristoteleans in Paris, Siger endorsed the philosophy of Ibn Rushd and rejected medieval preoccupation with theological concerns in his Quaestiones in Metaphysicam (Metaphysical Questions). Suspected of pursuing a "double truth", Siger became one of the chief targets of the Condemnation of 1270. Recommended Reading: Tony Dodd, The Life and Thought of Siger of Brabant (Edwin Mellen, 1998).
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