Heroes and Villians: Julius Caesar, Part Two

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Thomas Fleming

Thomas Fleming

Thomas Fleming is president of the Fleming Foundation. He is the author of six books, including The Morality of Everyday Life and The Politics of Human Nature, as well as many articles and columns for newspapers, magazines,and learned journals. He holds a Ph.D. in Classics from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and a B.A. in Greek from the College of Charleston. He served as editor of Chronicles: a Magazine of American Culture from 1984 to 2015 and president of The Rockford Institute from 1997-2014. In a previous life he taught classics at several colleges and served as a school headmaster in South Carolina

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  1. Avatar Dot says:

    This was an excellent podcast. I had trouble understanding why some things he did were excusable but in the end still have to condemn him. When he conquered local Lusitanian tribes in Portugal, declared himself governor of Spain and Gaul, he changed a people and the language. Should he be condemned for that? I don’t know. Spain, France and Portugal are all Romance languages. In that sense he unified a people. In the end it’s all debatable. Thank you for presenting this most interesting and thought provoking podcast.