Tertullian; Early Christian Beliefs; History of the Bible
It was the distinguishing character, say they, of Lysias and .
The book is addressed to the famous Marcus Brutus who, less than two years after it was written, stabbed Julius Caesar to death in the senate-house at Rome.
The affair, however, was once more put off for a further hearing.
As William Shakespeare’s play Julius Caesar progresses, the character of Marc Antony slowly reveals that he is not who he at first seems, a cunning manipulator rather than a blindly obedient lapdog.
Brutus is the son of Servilia and is one of the chief ..
The public was mostly pleased with having Julius Caesar as their emperor but there were people who were outraged and were determined to stop this from happening.
The Six Pillars of Character® – CHARACTER COUNTS!
Those views on nature’s way and natural law are expressed and explicated in the texts of Cicero appearing in the . The passages excerpted there represent the most direct and noted statements of Cicero on the character and basis of natural law. They are drawn from his (54–51 B.C.), (51 B.C. ff.), and (44 B.C.). In the brief commentary that follows here, an effort is made to bring out a coherent statement of Cicero’s teaching by offering assistance in contextualizing and interpreting these texts. Proceeding chronologically, this essay moves from Cicero’s most assertive and seemingly cryptic statement about natural law, through his speculations on how that foundational law fits in a larger cosmological and divine order, to his observations on both how nature’s standard is grounded in the very inclinations and capacities of humans and the prudential challenges of applying that standard to concrete moral dilemmas and decisions.