Act I: Scene II. Cassius is trying to turn Brutus away from Caesar, just because everyone likes him. " Brutus and Caesar: what should be in that Caesar? Why should that name be sounded more than yours?" (I:II: ln-142 & 143)
Act IV: Sc III
Act II: Scene I. The conspirators take on Brutus and they map out how they will murder Caesar. " We shall be called purgers, not murders" (II:I: ln-180)
Act V: Sc V
Act III: Scene I. After the murder of Caesar, Antony shakes hands with conspirators to trick them into thinking that he won't get revenge on them. " To see Antony making his peace, shaking the bloody fingers of thy foes" (III:I: ln-97 & 98).
Act IV: Scene III. As Brutus lies asleep, the ghost of Caesar appears to him, and he gives him some news. " To tell the thou shalt see me at Philippi" ( IV:III: ln- 283). " Why I will see thee at Philippi" ( IV:III: ln- 285).
Act V: Scene V. Brutus kills himself, because he knew that it was what was best for Rome. He tells Caesar that he has won. " Caesar now be still; I killed not thee with half so good a will" ( V:V: ln-50 & 51).
The theme is Love because of your own thoughts, not because of anyone else. Act III: Scene II. Antony is talking to the people of Rome about the tragic death of Caesar. " You all did love him once, not without cause; what cause withholds you then to mourn for him?" (III:II: ln- 103 & 104).