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Truth, Politics, Morality

Pragmatism and Deliberation

by Cheryl Misak

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The entire play centers around Brutus upholding the truth of two moral statements: First, that monarchy is intrinsically tyrannical; and secondly, that killing Caesar, an as-yet-innocent man, is morally acceptable if it.

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