Brutus and Idealism

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Brutus avoided reality by creating a world that he seen fit. During the murder of Ceaser he justified it by calling it a sacrifice, rather than the blood bath it actually was. Act III Scene 1: (Brutus) "People and senators, be not affrighted. Fly not; stand still; ambition's debt is paid." As the audience realizes Brutus's perception is not as it should be, fear and pity are evoked, making him the tragic hero...
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Realism, the cotrary of idealism can be harsh and cause unnecessary stress, where as a normal amount of idealism can make life much more pleasant. When everything seems to go your way it may be hard to make responsible decisions. Act III Scene 1: (Cassius) "Brutus, a word with you. You know not what you do; do not consent...
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