Cassius deceived Brutus and convinced Brutus that Caesar was no good and useless to Rome, but was really a lie to make sure Caesar never got crowned. Brutus, lost in his decision, killed Caesar with many others. He was easily lured into Cassius’s evil doings. Cassius is perceived as the leader of the killing, but Brutus does not listen to his so called “leader.” Although Cassius was not f... ... middle of paper ... ...r not. Brutus had a tied heart and went with what his mind was telling him half the time.
Good and bad people stand everywhere; it is not possible that human being creates a perfect society. We apply all philosophy, thinking, technology, all life benefits but still we cannot move perfect society, whatever we betterment. But there are different minds in words. We wish to move a perfect society if all peoples are angels. The expression "utopia" in reality explains to "nowhere," because human natural world just doesn’t allow excellence.
Also, since the emperors did not have enough experience to rule over the empire wisely, they made unhealthy decisions which were not advantageous for Rome, such as allowing soldiers to not wear the armors. The weakened army without any armor couldn’t manage the invasions from foreign groups and disasters. The disasters that had to be handled by the government were left alone, causing tremendous death of Roman people. As all reasons we knowledge of are linked to governmental insecurity, the primary reason for the decline of Rome was the political instability.
They worked hard for their money and received no financial support from their families. These people gained in one of two ways; either they worked for it or relied on illegal means for survival. On the other hand, or island, East Egg natives represent the class of society that receive money from their relatives. They were someone's heir and rich from birth. It was also known that no one on East Egg would marry someone poor or with new money.
Rome also made a lot of bad decisions. One of the worst decisions they made was having to go to war so often that they made other people that weren’t even Romans pay their taxes. This should have been a warning sign to them to know that they don’t have anymore money and need more for war. This was a bad decision because the people of Rome had to go out and fight, and put their lives to a stop. The other people in the Roman Empire, that weren’t even in Rome had to pay taxes for those men to go to war.
For Example during his early years, he would lose a lot to Athena because he had brute force on his side while Athena had Wisdom and he thought... ... middle of paper ... ...d every war he is angry. He gets into the wars with no remorse and in this case, he ends up losing one of his sons in the battle just because of his action. I don’t know but I side with the gods. He didn’t listen to the gods and got his son killed. Shortly afterwards, Ares killed the person who killed him.
Especially when Burr was running for vice president, Hamilton launched a series of public attacks against Burr and would try his hardest to make everyone hate him. Even Jefferson who was Burr’s partner in the elections grew apart from him and did not support his re-nomination to a second term. The same year a few of New York Federalists who had found that they had lost money after Jefferson’s ascendances that they decided to bring Burr into their party and elect him governor. Of course Hamilton would not stand for this so he fought tooth and nail to try and get it not to happen and he won. Burr lost the election and was livid with Hamilton.
The book The Giver is a Dystopia because the people in their community have no choices, release and because the people don't know or understand what life is. The world in the beginning of the book seems like a utopia because how smoothly it runs but it actually is a dystopia because no world or place ever is perfect. This place or the givers world still has many flaws. The people in the community have absolutely no choices what so ever. The people already have their whole life rolled out in front of you without even knowing it.
Although many people believe that a single factor contributed to Rome’s fall, the Roman Empire fell because of invasions from other countries, the government leaders did not have the support of the people, and because of natural disasters and unforeseen sicknesses that occurred in the Empire. First of all, the Roman Empire fell because of invasions from other countries. In “Foreign Invasions of the Roman Empire,” the map depicts several tribes attacking the Roman Empire. On the map, the Huns tribe is shown attacking Rome from several different locations, and the Vandal and Visigoths tribes attacked Rome directly. As a result of being attacked from several different locations, Rome’s army was concentrated mostly in one location, and as a result, Rome was not able to defend its o... ... middle of paper ... ...nd because of several natural disasters and diseases that weakened the Empire.
Much the same, life is for everyone, because that’s all life is. Nothing people perform has any real purpose behind it. It’s hard to think that everything society does is for nothing, then again, that’s the way it is. There’s no greater goal to life. “After all, what’s a life, anyway?