Julius Caesar

what does Brutus reveal about his own character when he says:

"If it aught be toward the general good, set honor in one eye and death I' th' other, and I will look on both indifferentl. "

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Aught in this context means "anything."  He is saying that he most concerned with the good of all the people and nothing - honor nor death - will deter his determination from doing that which is good for the majority.