Charles-Louis Monesquieu's Contributions to the Enlightenment

The Enlightenment was a period of time in the 18th century when people used their reasoning to discover the world and reject the authorities of the state and the church. Charles-Louis Montesquieu contributed to the Enlightenment by attempting to write the law, the subjects of law, and human happiness, which he did by writing The Spirit of the Laws.


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