Islamic philosophy is one part of the tradition of Islamic thought that has developed, both in the East and the West of Islam. In the western part of Islam, Islamic philosophy developed rapidly in the region of Cordova as our mother Andalusia, Spain. It was in the Western region of Islam that a number of well-known philosophers emerged, such as Ibn Bajjah, Ibn Thufail, and Ibn Rusyd. These three great philosophers are very eloquent in developing various philosophical discourses with their unique characteristics which differ from one another. This article tries to explore the philosophical thinking of the three philosophers, and at the end of the discussion is given a critical note on all three of their thoughts.