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Gennadius Scholarius

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As far as is known, his writings may be classified into philosophical (interpretations of Aristotle, Porphyry, and others, translations of Petrus Hispanus and Thomas Aquinas, and defenses of Aristotelianism against the recrudescence of Neoplatonism) and theological and ecclesiastical (partly concerning the union and partly defending Christianity against Muslims, Jews, and pagans), in addition to numerous homilies, hymns, and letters.
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before=Athanasius II|
title=[[List of Patriarchs of Constantinople|Patriarch of Constantinople]]|
years=1453-1456|
after=Isodore II Xanthopoulos}}
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before=Isodore II Xanthopoulos|
title=[[List of Patriarchs of Constantinople|Patriarch of Constantinople]]|
years=1462-1462|
after=Sophronius I Syropoulos}}
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before=Sophronius I Syropoulos|
title=[[List of Patriarchs of Constantinople|Patriarch of Constantinople]]|
years=1464-1464|
after=Joasaph I}}
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