I believe humanists is the answer
The event splinters Europe from the Catholic church, forming what led to modern society.
The major event that led to the renaisance in the first place. It was known as Europe's dark ages where popes were beyond corrupt and tortured people for false confessions. After thousands of people died, they finally set aside religion and focused more on art and thinking. Why didn't they do this sooner, you ask? Well, the Catholic church at the time, was extremely powerful religiously. They had the people believe they were destined by God to decide for them after King Charlemagne was crowned emperor by a pope. They had the people believe them with every atom of their being. And anyone or any writing that went against what they taught, was destroyed or killed. No one could object. For example, Galileo and Martin Luther's 95 theses. They were both prosecuted by the Catholic church as a whole because of their logic. Later on, the Catholic church lost its power and wasn't the same ever again. It still had some power, just not what it used to be.
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Italian Renaissance, Reformation, Scientific Revolution, Enlightenment
The Italian Renaissance began in the early 15th century--the Reformation began in 1517--the Scientific Revolution began in the mid-16th century--the Enlightenment began in the early 18th century.
The Italian Renaissance provided education inspired by the ancient civilizations of Greece and Rome. The introduction to new information inspired art, literature, and general thinking. New modern values of individualism, skepticism, secularism, and humanism grew out of the Renaissance thinking. These values gave way to the Reformation beginning with Martin Luther's 95 Theses criticizing the Catholic Church and their methods of making money. With more people leaving the Catholic Church, the rules of science were no longer applicable. The Scientific Revolution allowed scientists to begin questioning the structure of nature and investigating in ways not allowed by the Church prior to the Reformation. The ideas of reason and logic grew out of the Scientific Revolution which inspired social and political thinkers to reevaluate society during the Enlightenment.
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the doctrine of nullification recommended that states living inside the union have the one-sided, inalienable ideal to void any law made by the national government that could be esteemed illegal.
the united states was shaped based on a general agreement among its individual states. hence, it is inferred that under the hypothesis of invalidation, since the states are the establishment of the union, they have the ability to referee and disprove unlawful laws.
examples that illustrates limits on texas governor´s power are: it can remove only its own appointees; the judiciary is elected; needs senatorial confirmation.