Innocence and Trust - Forgotten Concepts or Temporary Nuisances?


  • Michael Gurevitz Department of Plant Molecular Biology and Ecology George S. Wise Faculty of Life Sciences, Tel Aviv University Ramat Aviv 69978, Tel Aviv, Israel



Flourishing human societies owe their success primarily to the founding of efficient administration and supporting systems of communication, education, economy, security, and international relations. In addition, establishment of instructive principles of moral, ethical, and behavioral rules are also important in prevention of excessive aggression and violence. When these positive aspects are accompanied by decency, trust, good will, optimism and ambitious improvements, the citizen are satisfied and the entire community healthy.




How to Cite

Gurevitz, M. (2024). Innocence and Trust - Forgotten Concepts or Temporary Nuisances?. European Journal of Applied Sciences, 12(2), 357–358.

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