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Ethos: Brutus Speech
Believe me for mine honor, and I have respect to mine honor that you may believe.
Logos: Brutus Speech
Had you rather Caesar were living and die all slaves, than that Caesar were dead, to live all free men
Pathos: Brutus Speech
....Not that I loved Caesar less, but that I loved Rome more
In this quote it is clearly Ethos because he states for the people of Rome to believe him because of his honor. He wants them to believe him through his strong ethics.
This quote is logos because he is trying to make the commoners think logically, and think about whether or not they would want to live as slaves or free men and women
In this quote he uses Pathos to approach the Commoners emotionally. He wants them to see that and feel that he loves each and everyone one of them and he wants nothing but the best for them.
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