How does Caesar' lust for power contribute to his hubris?
Caesar is so inundated with the desire to become Rome's dictator that he doesn't realize the level of danger he is actually in. He thinks that everyone loves him, blinding him to the truth that will become the ultimate cause of his demise.
Caesar wants power but is too lazy to obtain it the right way; instead he goes about it in a corrupt manner, causing his death.
Caesar envisions himself as a great ruler who is satisfied with his level of power; however, his people are looking for him to be more driven and determined.
Caesar only cares about his city of Rome and wants what is best for them; he doesn't care about titles or crowns. He only wants to lead a successful Roman empire.
None of the choices are applicable.