Julius Caesar

What are two ways that Brutus is honorable in Julius Caesar?

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Brutus is honorable in Julius Caesar (the play) in that he does what he does because he believes that it is the right thing to do for his country (the republic). And, in the end, accepts the fate that comes to him. He takes his life, not as a way out of facing his problems, but without pride or self-pity. He has killed someone and should pay the price. He does his duty without thought for himself.