Throughout the story, Brutus was one of the few characters that understood the way power could change a man. He feared that Caesar would become a tyrant with all his new power and that Rome would suffer from his rule. He states this multiple times in the story. During Caesar’s funeral, Brutus states “Not that I loved Caesar less, but that I loved Rome more,” (JC 3.2.23). It is clear to see here that Brutus was justified in killing Caesar because his intentions are good.
One can become a decent leader by practicing these characteristics. Matt Reeves’s War for the Planet of the Apes shows his star character, Caesar, to not only show these characteristics of leadership, but he also shows compassion and empathy. However, the concept of leadership is the overall theme in Matt Reeves’s War for the Planet of the Apes. This theme is best represented in the ending scene where Caesar leads the apes to the promise land. Many film elements are used to communicate his message to the viewer, but there are several that are crucial in this scene.
With similar genetics and physiological traits, it suggests that the three species are quite similar. While there are several differences between chimpanzees and bonobos, that stems from many generations of divergence after this common ancestor. Humans share some similarities with both the bonobo and the chimpanzee including diet, social and sexual tendencies, and many other things. Comparing the three species makes it clear that both bonobos and chimpanzees share a common evolutionary past to
He is a great observer, and he looks quite through the deeds of men” (1.2.199-204) Caesar doesn’t trust Cassius very much because he sees him as a danger to people. In fact, he said that Cassius should be feared by nearly everyone, but doesn’t fear him himself. In conclusion, Caesar doesn’t like Cassius because he can’t trust him as being as loyal as the people he surrounds himself with. However, Caesar likes Brutus because they are close friends. When Cassius asked Brutus if he didn’t want Caesar to be king, Brutus replied, “I would not Cassius.
Odysseus believes that his words are final and his actions are always right and just, but he often lets his ego take over his rational thinking, causing harm to his crew and tampering with the gods’s plans. His team could have returned home safely for it is the wish of Athena and the other heavenly gods who sit next to her in Mount Olympus, but Odysseus takes it to himself to anger and blind Polyphemus, the monstrous son of Poseidon, loved by his father but hated by the people, thus sabotaging their entire plan. After being blinded by the heroine, Polyphemus throws giant pieces of rocks at Odysseus's ship, almost destroying them all at once. But instead of retreating for safety, Odysseus continues to taunt Polyphemus and “[calls] out to the cyclopes again, with [his] men hanging all over [him] begging him not to”(Book 9, 491-492). His sense of pride and arrogance makes him neglect the pleas of his men even in these dire situations.
Golding “...asks how superior we are to savages and he points to the superficiality of our civilization; indeed it seems to be powerless against the innate brutality of man, against his fear which is in fact against the innate brutality of man, against his fear which is in fact the expression of the evil that pervades the world.” (Michot). Humans “good” is just superficial and isn't truly what they are. Inside they are just savages that are trying to conform to society's norm, but inside they are selfish and evil. Therefore, humans are staying put as long as nothing triggers them, but inside they are full of selfishness waiting to be realized when others aren't paying attention which is quite
There 's the father of the human race!”(Lawrence and Lee 16). Hornbeck delivers a message saying humans and monkeys have alike things between them. As the monkey took the coin, it shows it is the father, the oldest member of the human race. The monkey represents the evolution of humans. Humans have changed and evolved a lot, but it all started with the monkeys, humans and monkeys many similarities even after their
In Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, the simian flu has wiped out the majority of humankind throughout the world and the apes have not seen any signs of human in “ten winter.” During the first scenes of this film we see how the male apes are out in the woods hunting for food just like the Cro-Magnon did in the past. It is also seen in the next scenes, when the male apes return home that Maurice is teaching the children by drawing on the cave walls and rocks resembling the traditions of the Cro-Magnon. These two examples show how evolution is inevitable no matter what species one might
He also uses Pathos, to claim Caesar not a cruel guy, he was a remarkable guy, but plebeians all forgot that because Brutus only put negative ideas in there head. Brutus has enforced in the plebeians that Caesar claims to not have potential for Rome, and therefore Anthony says ¨The good is oft interred with their bones¨. Anthony tries to convey to their emotions that if they listen to Brutus that they're wrong, and nobody wants to know that they're wrong. Anthony knows Caesar, and tries to tell the Plebeians he had a purpose that deserved to live on. His claim in the line destroys Brutus´s remark that Caesar lacks the potential to continue for