Giles of Lessines OP (died c. 1304) was a thirteenth-century Dominican scholastic philosopher, a pupil of Thomas Aquinas. He was also strongly influenced by Albertus Magnus. He was an early defender of Thomism.
Among the works authored by Giles are:
- Commentarium in libros I et II Sententiarum
- De concordia temporum
- De essentia, motu et significatione cometarum
- De geometria
- Epistula Alberto Magno missa
- Summa de temporibus
- De unitate formae
- De usuris
- Quaestiones theologicae
- History of Medieval Philosophy 313
- Albert the Great (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
- Work 9: The Doctrinal Life and the Thomistic School
- "Usury, Scriptural Economics and Eschatological Time". Archived from the original on 2007-11-20. Retrieved 2007-10-31.
- Islam And The Medieval Progenitors Of Austrian Economics