Hamartia (character flaw or error in judgment) - Brutus is told by Cassius that he is noble and is a good man, which leads
Brutus is be too noble and he assassinates Caesar.
Periptiea (reversal of fortune or fall from high to low) – Brutus undergoes a reversal of fortune when he allows Antony
to speak at the Forum and Brutus later flees Rome. Antony persuades the crowd that Caesar was innocent and that Brutus is
to blame for his death.
Anagnorisis (recognition) – Brutus recognizes his mistakes, the assassination of Caesar, right before he commits suicide
while saying “I kill'd not thee with half so good a will.”
Catharsis (purgation of pity and fear) – The audience go through catharsis during Brutus’s last words because
Brutus is too noble to die and that betrayal is something the audience can understand.