Montesquieu definitions

mŏn'tə-skyo͝o', môɴ-tĕ-skyœ'
French philosopher and jurist. An outstanding figure of the early French Enlightenment, he wrote the influential Persian Letters (1721), a veiled attack on the monarchy and the ancien régime, and The Spirit of the Laws (1748), a discourse on government.
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(born Charles Louis de Secondat) 1689-1755; Fr. jurist & political philosopher.
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