Julius Caesar

Where is Brutus' naiveté and idealism seen?

Act 2 scene 1

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Brutus loves Caesar but he loves Rome, as a republic, even more. His sincerity and idealism is not in question. I think his naiveté comes into play when he trusts the scheming conspirators. Brutus believes that they are working for the good of Rome when they are really out for their own interests.