Further chapters include other important happenings of that era, like india’ s religious reformers and their philosophy and teachings. The chapter on social reformers covers life and teachings of shankaracharya, madhvacharya, ramanujacharya and basaveshwara. The principles of dwaita, adwaita and vishistadwaita are also discussed. Explain how erasmus used renaissance learning to push for religious reform.
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