This man(Caesar) was very evil and egocentric. If people felt jealous of him, it is because he thought himself superior to others. Perhaps if Brutus hadn't killed him that day, another person would have done the same thing very soon. Caesar brought himself his own destruction, so why demonize Brutus so much? He was flawed, but a victim of his culture as well...
So in the end Brutus developed the kundabuffer and became 100% awakened in evil. I feel like in his case this wasn't so bad, because he got what he wanted, that is, power similar to that of Julius Caesar. Now Brutus rules as a demon in hell, and in a way this is what roman society – with their endless feasts, orgies, wars, inequality, corrupt scandals, deified emperors, etc – and Caesar influenced him to become.
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PS: great lecture on youtube. Keep up the good work!