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self-actualisation

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  • noun Alternative spelling of self-actualization.

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Examples

  • Most of the Hugos go to people I haven't heard of for doing amazing things I have no awareness or interest in and as a form of community self-actualisation I think that that's really sweet and healthy.

    MIND MELD: The Hugo Awards - Success at Picking the Best, How Well it Represents the Genre, 2009 Predictions & Overlooked Titles

  • This begins with psychological needs such as food and water 'rising through to safety, belonging, esteem and ending with self-actualisation (such as creativity).

    Charity should begin with worthiness league table, says philanthropy adviser

  • It can be associated, in particular, with Abraham Maslow's notion of "peak experiences" – the ecstatic states that satisfy the human need for self-actualisation.

    William James, part 6: Mystical states

  • The top two needs, once these basics have been achieved, are for esteem/self-esteem and self-actualisation.

    Spirituality - The Emperor's New Clothes

  • The top two needs, once these basics have been achieved, are for esteem/self-esteem and self-actualisation.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • Arising from the contemporary cult of individuality which repudiates all external authority as unjustified constraints on self-actualisation, ‘human rights’ culture claimed that these ‘rights’ were indeed universal – principles that transcended all cultures and therefore laid claim to superseding them.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Moreover, because ‘human rights’ is the legal engine of self-actualisation, it is also the legal engine of moral and cultural relativism – the doctrine that values are all subjective, that there can therefore be no hierarchy of values and that no culture can have superiority over any other culture.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Especially when it comes to self-actualisation at the top of the pyramid and love and belonging part.

    Indulgence

  • Arising from the contemporary cult of individuality which repudiates all external authority as unjustified constraints on self-actualisation, ‘human rights’ culture claimed that these ‘rights’ were indeed universal – principles that transcended all cultures and therefore laid claim to superseding them.

    The 'human rights' witch-hunt

  • Moreover, because ‘human rights’ is the legal engine of self-actualisation, it is also the legal engine of moral and cultural relativism – the doctrine that values are all subjective, that there can therefore be no hierarchy of values and that no culture can have superiority over any other culture.

    The 'human rights' witch-hunt

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