| Quote #1
Such men as he be never at heart's ease
Caesar is unashamed of his arrogance. He doesn't see his condescension as arrogance; instead it's a quality he has earned by proving himself a powerful man.
| Quote #2
Casca has fear before the gods, while Cassius interprets heavenly interference as a sign that his traitorous enterprise will go well. Cassius is arrogant in his interpretation that the gods are on his side, while Casca displays humility.
| Quote #3
Caesar should be a beast without a heart,
Ever notice the way Julius Caesar likes to talk about Julius Caesar in the third person? He sounds a lot like Dwayne "the Rock" Johnson, don't you think? Grrr.