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Date Created: 03/22/16
SangWon Seo Prof. Blair HIST 1010­011 October 5 2015 Prompt for Brief Writing Assignment In the passage, Marcus Tullius Cicero, the Roman thinker and leading politician,  proposes how the Roman officers should have a duty to defend the publics to have private  properties and suggests the reasons of it. Readers can assume Cicero is male politician according  to the first line of its excerpt because Cicero mentions, “That man who undertakes responsibility  for public office in the state…” At that time period, only men can have a responsibility to attend  in the public office and to become politician; readers can define Cicero also as male politician  because he can discuss about the nature of government and role of the state. In the excerpt from  the Cicero’s work, he announces his suggestions to the politician or those who holds the public  office in the Roman state because his opinions focus on the function and role of the local and  state government. Cicero basically discusses the state’s protection of private property right for  the publics and supports that the common people would have trust and responsibility toward the  state if the state and government protect their private property. Unless the Roman state does not  permit the citizens to have the private property without any worry about being taken away from  them, they cannot believe in the rule of the state and no reason to fight for the local state. Cicero  considers the citizens as the foundation of the local states; therefore, if they are shaken by the  violation on the protection of the private property, the states cannot stay longer with the citizen  having goodwill.  Cicero’s democratic mind and suggestion might make the audiences who are in the side  of conservativism to feel uncomfortable. Because the other politicians would stay stronger than  the citizens and not care of the common people as much as Cicero, Cicero’s opinion would be  shocking to them. Cicero considers more about the moral and ethics toward the common people  and the role of good governors so his suggestion in On Duties might be progressive at that time  period. His consideration of the fair relationship between the state and citizen may affect the  future democracy and the moral and ethical rule of the states.


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