separation of powers
Three famous philosophers whose theories influenced the formation of the United States government and Constitution were John Locke from England, Montesquieu from France, and Rousseau born in Switzerland but known as a French philosopher.
Montesquieu emphasized the need to have balanced forces pushing against each other to prevent tyranny.
Baron de Montesuieu not john Locke
Baron de Montesquieu was a French lawyer. He was famous for the letters and political philosopher he wrote.
Baron de Montesquieu is most remembered for his belief's on the separation of powers. Montesquieu was born in France in 1689 and was a lawyer as well as a political philosopher.
Baron de Montesquieu was born in France, and grew up to be a famous French Philoshohpe. (Philosopher)
his book the Spirit of Laws.
Baron de montesquieu was a french philosopher during the enlightenment.
Baron De Montesquieu is famous because he was one of the French "philosophes" from the Enlightenment period of Europe. He was a thinker, or philosopher.
Baron de La Brede et de Montesquieu is famous for being a French social commentator and political thinker. He is also notable in some ideas such as separation of state powers and classification of government system.
Baron de Montesquieu is perhaps most famous for having developed the theory of separation of powers. He was a French philosopher.
Montesquieu lived in Bordeaux, France