From The SpiritWiki
Caution. This article/definition is in draft form and at this time may constitute no more than rough notes, reminders for required content, or absolutely nothing at all. Content is subject to revision.
See Horney 
"Maslow was always committed to the view that self-actualization is the actualization of the 'self'."
- ↑ Horney, Karen. Neurosis and Human Growth: Karen Horney: 9780393307757: Gateway - Amazon.Ca. WW Norton, 1991. https://amzn.to/2IQj2Yy.
- ↑ Daniels, M. “The Development of the Concept of Self-Actualization in the Writings of Abraham Maslow.” Current Psychological Perspectives 2 (1982): 71.