This is shown again in the same Act and Scene when Brutus allows Mark Antony to speak at Caesar's funeral even though Cassius highly disagreed.
The play illustrates the internal and external conflict between personal values and social or political constructs. Brutus, Antony, Cassius, and Caesar all overact in a sense and The standard of Rome was honour, integrity and the familia.
Throughout this drama, he demonstrates the quality of honor many times. Marcus Brutus is the real tragic hero of Shakespeare's The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, and this title should not even be argued.
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In the end, this decision ruins him. Cassius, on the other hand, appears to be without any real values, which becomes apparent in his soliloquy reflecting on his manipulation of Brutus JC 1. When he turned 31, he was going into several wars and got involved in Roman politics.
While Julius Caesar may have began the Julio-Claudian succession, it was Augustus that created the long lasting precedent that the future emperors would follow.
This choice, in the end, was the main reason for his suicide. There are contentions between the United States policies in Roman Empire and the struggle for the maintenance of Roman culture.
Had these situations occurred, a war would not have started and Caesar, Portia, Cassius, Brutus, and many others would not have lost their lives.