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Brutus for the good of Rome Brutus the friend of Caesar or was he Brutus was a man with a cunning nature he usually has an ulterior motive Kohlbergs Stages of development are used to put characters in a stage of life Brutus would be placed in stage two which is the stage you would classify egoists under He would be placed in this category because of his selfishness disregard for others well being and his belief that his infallible First Brutus was a selfish man because he usually was only thinking of himself In Act 2 Scene 1 Brutus has visitors come to his home concealing their identity and Brutus was concerned for his safety because it would attract attention to them Shamst thou to show thy dangrous brow by night When evils are most free Seek none Conspiracy Hide it in the smiles and affability For thou path thy native semblance on not Erebus itself were dim enough To hide thee from prevention 802 In this quote he is worried for his welfare and his plan to help Rome He is not concerned as much of the conspirators safety but rather than that of his own Second Brutus was a man that disregarded others thought and their well being He first disregarded the well being of the people of Rome by killing Caesar The populous of Rome loved Caesar and when he was killed they were extremely angry Seeing this Brutus tried to convince them otherwise by telling them why this was the right thing to do Not that I lovd Caesar less but that I lovd Rome more Had you rather living and die all slaves than that Caesar were dead to live all free men 830 In this Quote it shows that his view was that Caesar would have enslaved the people of Rome He then tricked the people into believing this were true and
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