Julius Caesar

Act II. Scene I.

Why does Brutus feel that there is no need for the conspirators to take an oath? What does this

reveal about his character?

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Brutus believes that if everyone's intentions are true and honorable there isn't a reason to swear an oath. He feels that their plans are a result of careful thought and a collective desire that murder be done for the good of Rome. His fellow conspirators should be bound by what's right rather than an oath.


Julius Caesar