Explain this quote from Julius Caeser, act 3, scene 2: "O judgement, thou art fled to brutish beasts and men have lost their reason!"

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These words are spoken in act 3, scene 2 of Julius Caesar by Marc Antony, as part of the famous "friends, Romans, countrymen" speech he delivers at the funeral of Julius Caesar. Caesar was recently assassinated by the group of conspirators. Antony delivers a balanced speech, noting that he does not deny that Caesar had his faults and also that he does not mean to suggest that Brutus is a dishonorable man. However, he calls...

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