Julius Caesar Ethos Pathos Logos

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depiction of logos due to the use of logic and tactical thinking although some may argue that Brutus used pathos in this situation. Continuing on in the soliloquy, Brutus states that if Caesar was allowed to live, Rome would have been made slaves. Because he, Brutus lived Rome so dearly, he had to take part in The Tragedy of Julius Caesar to protect the rights of the Roman citizens. On a side note, Julius Caesar should not have been murdered. First and foremost, the conspirators did a rather poor job of conspiring their conspiracy. They miscalculated the amazing of reinforcement Caesar had. After the assassination, they were afraid they they might be murdered by by a mob. The conspirators only managed to create an uprising controversy. The

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