Brutus Morality & Conspiracy

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  • "Let's be sacrificers, but not butcher, Caius." Brutus tells the conspirators that they must sacrifice Casear instead of butchering him hence giving him a noble death. Brutus does not particularly dislike Casear but thinks he should not have as much power as he holds. I would follow Brutus based off of this passage because he makes it appear that Caesar will by dying nobly and with respect instead of worthlessly.
  • Sacrifice! Sacrifice! Sacrifice!
  • Heeeeelp!
  • "Caesar must bleed for it." Brutus emphasizes that even though he has not done anything deserving yet, Caesar still must die for the possibility of what he could do with is excessive power. Caesar does not deserve to be "dismembered" however he still must die. I would follow Brutus based off of this passage because he states that Caesar must pay but not disrespectfully, he will bleed but not be dismembered.
  • Yer ded boiiiii
  • Oh schnitzel sticks...
  • Sorry friendo
  • "Our course will seem too bloody, Caius Cassius" Brutus brings to the attention of the conspirators that they must kill Caesar cleanly in both a physical and political sense. Killing Caesar brutally will be messy in action and will leave a bad political message in his name. I would follow Brutus based off of this passage because I like how he presents the idea in a clean manner saying that they need to kill Caesar while keeping a good political tempo.
  • Oh my stars
  • Hey that's a lot of blood
  • There's more down here!
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