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Caesar (German) Hardcover – 3 Feb 2004

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Amazon.com: HASH(0x8e4d9a98) out of 5 stars 2 reviews
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HASH(0x8e594774) out of 5 stars The Problem of the Executive 9 Dec. 2007
By Desert Rat - Published on Amazon.com
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Negatives first: Trying to reach conclusions about the psychology of a person who dies over 2,000 years ago is a dubious enterprise. Use of descriptors such as alienation or "outsider" is a 20th century psycho-jargon. (Maybe in the original German it's more palatable.)

Positives: Explaining the differences between present day political conception and those of the Roman Republic is most useful. The absence of political parties and "-isms" in the modern sense is one. Pointing out and the unity (in the Roman mind)of the state and society versus our contemporary conception as separate is another. The Roman senate was a legislature without a corresponding judicial and executive institutions. The senate attempted to be all three and largely succeeded until the the size of the Republic became to great. A power vacuum was created which resulted in a series of "big men", Pompey, Caesar, Antony, Octavian, etc. Caesar was the most interesting and possibly the most pivotal. A major historical thread of the next 1,800 years was seeking the resolution of this problem.
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HASH(0x8e59e0fc) out of 5 stars Don't Buy This Book 6 Feb. 2004
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Format: Paperback
I thought this was a very dull and boring book. In short don't waste your time or money. (...) There is a reason it was that cheap. This book should not be called CAESAR: A Biography. It should be called Rome and the Life of Caesar or Rome: At The Time of Caesar. I felt like the book was more about Rome than Caesar himself. ***Hardcover***
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