The third and final act Brutus commited that left him with a dishonorable image, was that he ran and then killed himself just to avoid battle. There are two emotions that firmly define nobility: unflinching faith and unconditional love. Therefore, Brutus is an honorable man. If a person truly can define himself as an honorable man, all, if not many of his actions and decisions will be consistent with their honor. If one can call a murdering, suicidal, conspiring follower honorable, then let it be known, Brutus was an honorable man.
Brutus does not give any reason for assassinating Caesar; he was simply following along with the conspirators' plan. Brutus is who is considered. Or would their reputation be tarnished forever by that one act? As he was fortunate, I rejoice at it. Who had obvious dislike for Caesar. These traits explain why Brutus makes certain decisions including the one to kill his friend Julius Caesar.
Brutus does not feel the same. So wouldn't that make Caesar good for Rome too? Brutus also felt that Caesar made the romans as slaves. Cropped screenshot of Portia Deborah Kerr and Br. He hath brought many captives home to Rome, Whose ransoms did the general coffers fill. This is not high school English anymore. Read the excerpt below from act 3. Did this in Caesar seem ambitious? Did this in Caesar seem ambitious? For most normal people, killing their best friend would not even be an issue, no matter what they thought was best for their country.
Some men can reason better, and more thorough than others. He was the leader and everyone was supposed to go along with them. Even his name conveys strength. You all did see that on the Lupercal I thrice presented him a kingly crown, Which he did thrice refuse: was this ambition? But Brutus says he was ambitious, and Brutus is an honorable man. Brutus did not think about his actions before they were done.
Then also for him to take full responsibility in joining the stabbing shows that he has no shame. Why do the men want Cicero on their side at first? He agrees to kill Caeser only because convinces him that it must be done. Ambition should be made of sterner stuff. The two-thousand year-old words of Tacitus recount. Some sources refer to the possibility of Caesar being his real father, despite Caesar's being only 15 years old when Brutus was born. Jeez, I wish American politics would stop imitating William Shakespeare already.
He broke trust and that alone is not possibly honorable. Who is here so base that would be a bondman? But how could he believe Brutus to be an honorable man? Brutus killed his dear friend because of ambition. Brutus did want he thought was best for Rome, but overall was disloyal and committed a huge sin in the process. Yet Brutus says he was ambitious; And Brutus is an honorable man. Brutus is advocates peace, freedom and liberty, for all romans, which shows that Brutus is an altruistic as well as an honorable man. Through the analogy of a ladder, how does Brutus explain what happens when someone gains power? His idea of friendship should be questioned because he constantly disagreed with Cassius, his best friend, and that is not what friendship is all about. Then, for reasons that remain questionable even taking naiveté into account, Brutus not only yields to Antony but leaves the Forum altogether.
He returned to Rome a rich man, where he married Claudia Pulchra. Brutus did not mind Caeser until Cassius filled his head with all that poppycock. After being adopted by his uncle he used the name Quintus Servilius Caepio Brutus, but eventually returned to using his original name. Brutus held his uncle in high regard and his political career started when he became an assistant to Cato, during his governorship of Cyprus. The noble Brutus told you that Caesar was ambitious. He ruined an entire empire by his quick and stupid descions. Depending on what he thought was for the greater good, Caesar becoming the sole leader, or the devotion that he has for his country; he honored what he thought was best for Rome.
Brutus is very trusting and naïve when he judges Antony. Brutus Is Not An Honorable Man In Julius Caesar, it is obvious that Brutus is not an honorable man. I pause for a reply. Mueller may have been honest at some point, but I don't think he's honest anymore. Brutus stands out in the play because he is willing to kill Caesar for what he thinks is good for the Roman people.
Yet Brutus says he was ambitious, And sure he is an honorable man. If Brutus was honorable he wouldn't have been so easily persuaded by Cassius to go as far as committing a murder. Being that without citizens, there would be no Rome. His idea of friendship should be questioned because he constantly disagreed with Cassius, his best friend, and that is not what friendship is all about. Brutus is not an honorable man. The evil that men do lives after them; The good is oft interrèd with their bones.
The play takes place in 44 B. He assassinates Caesar, pleads to the people for their support, and conducts war with Octavian and Marc Anthony. Brutus wants the Romans to know that Caesar's assassination was a mistake for which he apologizes; he was only acting from ambition. Mark Antony gives the funeral speech, and the crowd members are reminded how much they owe Caesar. But Antony has two advantages over Brutus: his subterfuge and his chance to have the last word.