Examples Of Persuasive Essay On Julius Caesar

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Persuasive Essay “Life is full of tough decisions, and nothing makes them easy. But the worst ones are really your personal koans, and tormenting ambivalence is just the sense of satori rising. Try, trust, try, and trust again, and eventually you'll feel your mind change its focus to a new level of understanding.” - Martha Beck. This is like the decision Brutus is making in his life at the moment in trying to decide whether or not to join the conspiracy in the way that it talks about it as you can’t always look at the personal things the for the better on the rest. Brutus could've gone either way on joining the conspiracy he had many reasons why he should but also why he shouldn't. After all the evidence show Brutus should not have joined the conspiracy. Brutus states that Caesar is his best friend and has been for a very long time. He also says that he loves him. These are both great reasons on not…show more content…
There is a possibility that Caesar could turn out to be one of the best leaders Rome has ever seen especially with how he leads his armies. Also Rome would never be the empire it is right now in the story without Caesar being such a great leader this entire time. Caesar has also not shown any signs of being crazy of having or wanting power. He has denied the crown several times and hasn't gone crazy has a high power general. One last reason Brutus should not join the conspiracy is Brutus could still be in high power under Caesar. In other words Brutus could always have a backup plan just in case Caesar gets power hungry. Brutus could sit down and have a meeting before Caesar comes to power and try to set up more of a democracy rather than a dictatorship and if that doesn't work then join the conspiracy after. Also, Brutus could take Caesar’s spot at top general if he wanted especially since Brutus and Caesar are best
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