He was scared of the thought of death but then executed many others. He was a selfish and unfair human being who did not care about others. His plans could have been achieved in a much nicer way. He did not gain anyone’s trust during his time. He made people suffer instead of helping them get through the war.
Caesar's own personality was a key role to his own death making him as guilty as everyone else. If Caesar was a caring ruler he might have survived his assassination but unfortunately he was the stereotypical leader and only cared for the good of himself. Even though the empire was stopped before Caesar could rule it, the republic did not last much longer anyway. Caesar's death was not much of an effect on Rome but nonetheless it was Caesars fault. Caesar was arrogant, hubris and full of pride.
According to few Hellenes, people who had the evil or had injured the empire by private actions have no nobler cause in terms of their deed to fight for the country. They were dishonored because of their bad fame. Thucydides persuaded by point out that all the citizens knew the advantages of a brave defense. On the battlefield, they became glorified because of their fearless spirit and ran away from the word of dishonor. The speaker also interpreted the word of dishonor by comparing the contribution which the dead made and the evil they did.
The Obama Administration tried its best to benefit the people and help them in ways that were never thought possible. Even though some of the contributions that the administration made were not helpful or were just wrong, the president was able to use the kindness of his heart to truly heat the people day in and day out. No one is able to truly intrigue everyone, but Hamilton’s scandal truly effected most of the population drastically (unless they were one to be the one getting money from the bonds). By victimizing the American people Hamilton’s scandal truly ended up affecting him in the long
This shows that he is highly unpopular with lawyers as he believes if they do not do their job properly they should be fined however lawyers are the only category which state that he is un-liked compared to the ‘whole people’. Sources 1 and 2 both agree that he had a lot of power over the nobility and they were not fond of that. Source 1 state’s ‘his hostility towards...nobles’ this shows that Wolsey was aggressive towards the nobles which created ‘great irritation’. Wolsey saw himself above the nobility so he did not give them any respect and believed they could not do their job properly. Source 2 agrees that he had a lot of power of the nobility as he ‘shakes them by the ear’ this quote show that Skelton was taking the mick out of the nobility for not standing up to Wolsey which shows the amount of power he had over them but also that the nobles did actually fear Wolsey.
Sarcastic tone I personally think that an "eye for an eye" punishment is called for. Some people don't agree with it, but I don't really care. Lets see somebody find some concentration camp survivors that wouldn't want anyone that had to do with the camps, including "Mr. Hitler", that wouldn't want them all to die a painful death. 1. This is a sarcastic tone because the words are harsh and bitter.
Alexander The Great took over the kingdom and raised it to become one of the most powerful empires which wasn’t easy. He did all he could with all his power and effort to show that he was worth being called the great. Many people such as Plutarch and Arrian, said how alexander was a hard worker and how he put endless effort to win and become the greatest. He fought for his empire and won and was so overpowered compared to other governments who
Monks believed people were only sick because God was punishing them for something they had done. The Church believed that illness was a physical sign of sin or weakness of the soul. Both severe physical and mental illnesses were blamed on oneself for taking the “wrong path” at some point in ones life. Some people in Europe blamed the Jews for poisoning the water or practicing witchcraft (Knox). But on the contrary, most public officials believed that it wasn’t revenge from God, it wasn’t the Jews or even a weakness of the soul, but just a disease (Knox).
To kill or sacrifice oneself, even for a religious ideal, is wrong. It is a waste of life, and no one can tell what great things may have come from that person living, and even the religions people die for condemn that act. It is true that some people die a meaningful death. Marty’s throughout history have given their lives for a cause they believed in. However, even among martyrs a good death is rare, because a real martyr never means to die for their cause, but is willing to do so.
Alexander knew how to be smart by not letting people think of him as a cataclysmic man. Also, he was tutored by one of the greatest philosophers of all time, Aristotle.Also, His crazy, but effective war tactics led him to many victories. Lastly, Alexander the Great had a very reckless and courageous mind. He was determined and never let down his army. Alexander, the intelligent, tactical and ambitious young man was the greatest military leader of all time because he led his army to many great victories without suffering devastating amounts of casualties.