From this landmark, a series of 2 factors influenced the crisis in the system, and bourgeois and the peasants if they had joined against the exploration of the feudal nobility – that it decayed in a notable economic crisis and politics. He appears from this event, the necessity to have a reinforcement in the authority of only one sovereign, an individual that the power withheld obtains in absolute way, creates the Modern State. The Modern State based its ideologies in opposition the two ideologies embalmed in the Average age: the regionalism politician and 3 the religious universalismo. However, the sovereign had the power to make to be valid only exclusively its will before its subjects. In addition, the modern State developed a series of factors that before did not exist, to affirm and to guarantee the power absolute politician: administrative bureaucracy; military force; unified laws and justice; system tributary; national language.
This consolidation of the Modern State (XVI the XVIII), was known as Monarchic Absolutism, and at this time many thinkers had formulated teses to try to explain the theory of the State Absolutist, amongst them, the venerable Nicholas Maquiavel. 3. Ideology of Nicholas Maquiavel Nicholas Maquiavel (1469-1527), Italian diplomat ' ' the firing pin of the theory is considered politics of the Moderno' State; ' COTRIM, Gilbert; The thinker nailed the formation of a State strong, sovereign and endowed with being able absolute, therefore he believed that the power would have to be centered and not spread out. It also affirmed the autonomy of the State in relation to the church; it said that the first one would not have to lose to the ditames established for second, the bows politicians and economic they would have to be cut. However, Maquiavel did not leave to emphasize the important paper of the religion in the republican society in what it says respect to the education: ' ' It cannot have greater indication of the ruin of a province of what the disdain for the cult divino' ' (Discorsi, I, 12:95).