-real name: Charles-Louis de Secondat, Baron de La Brède et de Montesquieu
-born: January 19, 1689
-died: February 10, 1755
-major works are: The Persian Letters and The Spirit of Laws
-His father Jacques de Secondat was a soldier
-He is famous for his articulation of the theory of separation of powers
-His mother Marie Françoise de Pesnel died when Montesquieu was seven
-born in La Brède, France, just outside of Bordeaux
-was in an aristocratic family with considerable landholdings
Baron de montesquieu was a french philosopher during the enlightenment.
what were the main ideas of baron de montesquieu
Baron de Montesquieu was a French lawyer. He was famous for the letters and political philosopher he wrote.
baron de montesquieu believe that government can protect their natural rights....
Baron de Montesquieu was born in France, and grew up to be a famous French Philoshohpe. (Philosopher)
No, Baron de Montesquieu belive that human kind was good.
Baron de Montesquieu lived from 1689 to 1755. His major works were The Persian Letters and The Spirit of the Laws.
The baron de Montesquieu was born in 1689 in Bordeaux.
Baron de Montesquieu is perhaps most famous for having developed the theory of separation of powers. He was a French philosopher.
he is from Bordeaux, France