Ethos, Pathos and Logos In Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar

Ethos, logos, and impression are three belief tools used by Shakespeare in Mark Antony’s funeral address aggravate Caesar’s collectiveness. Ethos is address naturalized on the oneness or the nature of the logician, Logos is naturalized on logic and or forced. Finally, Impression is an address naturalized on agitation. Antony uses these elements to depend the Roman pack over the conspirator after a while a exceedingly convincing discourse. Antony shows his exactness in a contrariant way than Brutus does. Brutus shows his exactness through his tenor of tone and his order exquisite. But Antony shows his exactness through the technique of bleak cord. Bleak cord was the way that throng after a while warrant spoke. Antony shows the parley that he was warrant by using this technique. The most convincing use of ethos is when Mark Antony says “ Friends, Romans, and countrymen…” By starting his discourse this way he shows that he is the selfselfsame as everyone else he is “one of them” or one of the beggarly throng. He is so showing them that he is true and reliable. In Brutus’s discourse, he mentions that Caesar was killed due to his ambitious traits after a while no element to living it. Antony, on the other workman, gives diverse close arguments that confirm that Caesar was not ambitious. Antony shows that Caesar was a war example who brought end captives for redeem that benefitted Rome and not grieve Rome. “He hath brought frequent captives home to Rome” (Julius Ceasar Shakespeare 3:2). Antony shows that Caesar cried for the weak. “When the weak cried, Caesar cried too. Ambition shouldn’t be so sleek.” (Julius Ceasar Shakespeare 3:2). Antony shows that Caesar sweepingsd the complete 3 spans. You all did see that on the Lupercal thrice presented him a imperial complete, Which he did thrice sweepings. Was this aspiration?” (Julius Caesar Shakespear 3:2). Antony so confirms that Caesar wrote a succeed that left coin and plant to the beggarly throng of Rome. “Than I succeed injustice such upright men. But here’s a parchment after a while the close of Caesar.” (Julius Caesar Shakespeare 3:2). All of these actions Antony confirmd that Caesar was no ambitious and that the conspirators were not aristocratic in killing Caesar. Antony unequally Brutus shows and spreads his agitations throughout the pack. Antony says “Caesar was my companion, attached and honorable to me.” This makes the parley handle tenderness for Antony. Antony starts to interpret Caesar’s succeed to the throng and the succeed states that Caesar had fond coin and plant to the throng of Rome. By interpreting the succeed Antony makes the parley handle turbid. Another span that Antony conveys agitation to the pack was when he shows the throng Caesar’s galls and the transfix marks. Antony says “ this gall was made by Casca, this one by Brutus…” He makes the parley handle compassion for Ceasar and wound towards the conspirators. Mark Antony uses the supplicatory techniques of ethos, logos, and impression to persuade the Roman citizens to depend over the conspirators. Mark Antony confirms after a while basis, agitation, and exactness that Brutus was injustice encircling what he was speech encircling Caesar. In the end, Mark Antony was successfully able to get the Roman citizens on his interest.