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Caesar here is showing ethos by trusting his wife to stay at home during the night. Ethos uses trust in which Caesar is doing until Decius convinces Caesar's using his pride as a man to go to the senate and not listen to his wife.
She takes these signs for warnings and predictions of terrible evils to come, and, on her knee, she begged me to stay home today.
Cassius shows logos in this scene as displayed that he thinks what they did was right for their country. Logos shows this makes sense because and Cassius thinks killing Caesar makes sense because of their liberty for his country.
As often as its replayed, our group will be hailed as the men who gave their country liberty.
Antony uses pathos when he reads out the will of Caesar to the people. Pathos uses emotions and Antony uses the emotions of the people to show how Caesar was a good ruler and shouldn't have been killed and he tries to rally them.
Also, he’s left you all his walkways in his private gardens and newly planted orchards on this side of the Tiber River. He’s left them to you and to your heirs forever public pleasures in which you will be able to stroll and relax. Here was a Caesar! When will there be another like him?
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