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The three philosophes John Locke, Baron de Montesquieu and Jean-Jacques Rousseau all had their own ideas politically. Some of those ideas were similar, but they also had differences. Gradually, they started to change their views, like Montesquieu who changed his beliefs and began to side with Locke and Rousseau. by Mind Map: The three philosophes John Locke, Baron de Montesquieu and Jean-Jacques Rousseau all had their own ideas politically. Some of those ideas were similar, but they also had differences. Gradually, they started to change their views, like Montesquieu who changed his beliefs and began to side with Locke and Rousseau.

1. Paragraph 2

1.1. In the next paragraph I am going to talk about John Locke. He is one of the most well-known philosophers in the world.

1.1.1. What he believed during the French Revolution

1.1.2. What he has accomplished

1.1.3. What he tried to make other people also believe, or what he tried to change

1.1.4. Who's side he was on, the French side or the British side.

2. Paragraph 3

2.1. In the third paragraph I will explain Jean-Jacques Rousseau's point of view.

2.1.1. What he accomplished

2.1.2. Who's side he was on, the French or the British

2.1.3. What he tried to change, and make other people also believe

2.1.4. What he believed during the French Revolution

3. Paragraph 1

3.1. In the first paragraph I am going to talk about Baron de Montesquieu.

3.1.1. I will explain what he believed during the French Revolution.

3.1.2. Who's side he was on, the French's side or the British's side.

3.1.3. What he tried to change, or bring change to

3.1.4. What he accomplished during the French Revolution

4. Paragraph 4

4.1. This paragraph isn't going to be about a philosopher, I will only talk about the similarities between the three.

4.1.1. The similarities between Rousseau and Montesquieu, basically just what they believed politically about the government in France/England

4.1.2. Similarities between Rousseau and Locke, same as above

4.1.3. And the similarities between Locke and Montesquieu, same reasons as first subparagraph

5. Paragraph 5

5.1. This paragraph is just like paragraph 4, except it is the differences between the three philosophers.

5.1.1. The difference between Rousseau and Montesquieu, what they believed politically about the government in France/England.

5.1.2. Difference between Rousseau and Locke, same as above

5.1.3. Difference between Locke and Montesquieu, same as the first subparagraph.