It is a question from julius caesar act 3 scene 2 'O judgement ;thou art fles to brutish beasts /and men have lost thier reason!'
Antony urges his people to reflect upon Caesar’s death, why he had to die. They had easily swayed to the words of Brutus thinking his death was reasonable. What perplexes Antony is, at one point, Romans had love Caesar without reason. He asks them what is the reason now that they are refraining from mourning for him. He calls them ‘brutish beasts’ since they have lost their sense of reasoning.
You have rated this answer /10