The Janus Effect- looking both ways
The Janus Effect: Janus was the Roman God who looked both ways and embodies the idea of someone who appears to hold different and contradictory ideas at the same time. Film maker Malcolm Hossick explores how this affected the lives of three remarkable men - Adam Smith, Thomas Jefferson and Charles Darwin. In each case their loyalties to others conflicted with the opinions they were propounding in their lives, in ways very disturbing to them. Fortunately they managed to live with these contradictions to the great benefit of we who follow them and this account of their struggles makes fascinating viewing. (dur. 55 minutes HD)
Human beings often have to live with great contradictions. This film by Malcolm Hossick explores this in the lives of three unusual people, Adam Smith, Thomas Jefferson and Charles Darwin. AM056HD17 Janus 2017
The Janus Effect
We all live with contradictions in our lives. This film by Malcolm Hossick explores how contradictions affected the lives of three remarkable men, the Scottish philosopher and ecnomist Adam Smith, an early President of the United States, Thomas Jefferson and the english Scientist Charles Darwin. ...