sole ruler of Rome,- but was prevented from doing so by his own death. The conspirators all have different motives, such as revenge or greed. Julius Caesar showed he was ambitious by marching on Rome when Pompey was in power and then defeating Pompeys army in the civil war. Under the influence of arrogance, a man can neither judge himself, nor accept the judgment of others.
Julius Caesars Arrogance
A tragic flaw is a flaw that causes a characters destruction. . He does not even consider it, even with all of those senators begging him. And do you now strew flowers in his way. He is acting to keep his reputation intact, but he does not care as much about himself as the legacy of Rome. A servant informs them that a calf, which had been cut open for a sacrifice, was found to have no heart. There is no fellow in the firmament. Cassius, ay, do you fear it? He feels that these warnings are not directed at him specifically. Brutus always acts with his reputation in mind.