But the reason she cannot persuade Caesar is because if her lack of valuable arguments. She only uses pathos and no other techniques to keep him from attending the senate. She tries to make his feelings get to him by showing herself suffering and trying to get her images she had in her dream images to settle in his mind but
More powerful than a one man should become and that made him very dangerous all of Rome would depend on what decisions Caesar made. He could have changed for the better but the possibility of him turning into a tyrant outweighed that possibility and forced our hands into action. I know all too well the other conspirators had other motives to kill Caesar. I knew this from the beginning they were most likely getting revenge for Pompey's murder. Though they did bring up a good point and it was enough to convince me to betray Caesar a man whom I loved dearly.
Then provide them with context for your speech inform them of the situation in general terms do not make specific remarks to Julius Caesar. An individual may often ponder if murder can be justified. During the play “The Tragedy of Julius Caesar” in Rome Caesar killed Pompey because they had a disagreement
And Caesar shall go forth”. (2.2.45-51) which means he has security. We’d have to hire an assassin to get the job done, but I bet he will do it for the price. I go to meet with the assassin in the dark ally, he seemed confused when all I ask for was a drop of blood. He asks me once or twice “are you sure that's what you want, I can kill him for you”, but of course I replied with all I want is a drop of blood.
Relatives and close friends try to help the ones they care about along the way. They give advice to one another that can either accepted or denied. Caesar has many opportunities to make the decision not to go to the Senate. A soothsayer warns Caesar of the ides of March, Artemidorus tries to give him a letter warning him of his assassination, and Calpurnia pleads Caesar not to go to the Senate because she has a bad feeling about him going. Caesar makes the decision not to listen to his friends and family, and he is killed on the ides of March at the Senate House.
They decided to stab Caesar in private. Brutus, Cassius, and the other conspirators took to Caesar’s current location, the council, and stabbed him. Brutus was the final person to stab Caesar. As Brutus stabbed his friend, Caesar managed to say, “Et tu, Brutè? Then fall, Caesar.” (3.1.77).
The murder of Caesar was not noble nor honorable. He had murdered a really good friend. He didn’t want the crowd to believe that Brutus murdered Caesar for them and that he had other motives. Antony was able to effectively use logos to his advantage throughout his whole argument and was able to deliver his message in a very strong, emotional and logical
“Death is not the greatest loss in life.The greatest loss is what dies while still alive.” This quote by 2pac relates to the tragedy of Julius Caesar.Caesar had so much potential and did many things for Rome. Caesar was murdered for the sole fact that others were afraid of a tyrant running Rome. I think that Caesar did not deserve to be murdered for the fact that he had a different view than other people. In (act II,scene 1,line 32-34) the text says “And therefore think him as a serpent’s egg which,hatched,would as his kind grow mischievous and kill him in the shell.” This text is saying that he is evil and should be killed.Conspirators should not have killed Caesar.Just because someone has different views and opinions that you don't like you can't murder them for that.Murder should not have been the answer to this situation.Especially to someone that had helped Rome and their military by conquering and expanding their empire. Brutus says in (act II,scene 1 line 20-25) Caesar might act like a tyrant and turn on the people that helped him get that
When Cassius creates the fake petition he makes it seem as though there are many angry Roman citizens who want Caesar removed from the thrown. After he finishes making the petition he throws it into Brutus's window so that he can read it. After reading it Brutus will believe that no one is happy to have Caesar in power of Rome if Cassius's idea goes as planned. His fabricating of the Petition was an emotional reason for overthrowing Caesar because there wasn't actually that many angry Roman citizens. He also had another thought on how to convince people that Caesar is no good for Rome.
Second, Brutus is still apart of the government he loves so dearly. Lastly, what if Caesar made Rome even stronger than it was at the time? Caesar is loved by the people more than anyone in Rome. So if Brutus kills Caesar, the way people will think about him my change. Brutus thinks that the people will join his side when he kills caesar, but what if the people think he is a murderer.