humanism basically put humans above all else. they set aside the biblical stories that had religious value and started focusing on more mundane issues. they pointed out the goodness and usefulness of people rather than relying on religion. in this way, humanism promoted secularism because it was promoting humans themselves. it turned away from the strong traditional customs and encouraged humans to problem-solve on their own. it encouraged less reliance on religion and highlighted the abilities of people.
as a disclaimer, i'd like to add that this is just historical context i've gathered from my art history courses. further research might grant you more thorough observations!!
I know number six is A and B
Number 3 is the correct answer
The answer is option C.
In the mid twentieth century , society encounter emotional change in both legislative issues, craftsmanship and economy. What's more, a large portion of individuals adjusted their way of life from generation life to customer life. Amid this period. Jazz began to moved toward becoming promoted and many consider the type of music to be silly since It doesn't follow the customary request in its style and it raised by racial minorities.
The correct answe is 1. wealthy supporter or regular customer
The Renaissance was a period in European history marking the transition from the Middle Ages to Modernity and covering the 15th and 16th centuries
the answer is a. for apex ur welcome
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