Montesquieu y la ciencia de la sociedad: política y complejidad

Juan José Martínez López


Based on his doctoral thesis Sociocultural construction and anthropological perspective on Montesquieu. Political Implications (2013), which is built on the assumptions stated in the works of Sergio Cotta, Berger and Luckmann, and also on the theory of Edgar Morin, in this article the author takes an approach to the complexity present in Montesquieu’s thinking, arguing that it foreshadows a science of society which, in turn, anticipates a political science based on the paradigm of complexity, that has not yet been assumed by the contemporary political theory


Montesquieu; Political Science; Complexity; Political Anthropology; Science of Society

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DOI: 10.6092/issn.2421-4124/5179


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