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El pensamiento de Montesquieu ciencia y…
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El pensamiento de Montesquieu ciencia y filosofía en el siglo XVIII (2005)

by María del Carmen. Iglesias

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El hombre -dice Montesquieu-, en cuanto ser físico, está gobernado, al igual que los otros cuerpos, por leyes invariables. En cuanto ser inteligente, viola sin cesar las leyes que Diós ha establecido, y modifica las que él mismo establece. De ahí la necesidad, por un lado, de volver a la naturaleza e investigar cuál puede ser el sustrato de la naturaleza humana y, por otro, no depender de los hombres, sino de la ley, de un equilibrio de poderes que imponga una cierta estabilidad y sirva de barrera a la ambición y a los vicios de los hombres.
Montesquieu, en función de la utilidad social comofinalidad de la ciencia, ataca los grandes sistemas filosóficos que se basan más en el principio de autoridad que en un trabajo largo y asiduo como el que exige el descubrimiento científico.
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