character education

True freedom, or self-actualization, is the condition of being able to do _________________________.

whatever you have to


whatever you should


whatever you want

A?

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asked by Bri
  1. I don't agree with any of those. Maslow's concept of self-actualization is the realization of the full potential takes place.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Self-actualization

    posted by Ms. Sue
  2. Again, Bri, we do not know what your text says. I suspect A is not the best answer. Which of the choices most closely approximates the concept of self-actualization? If one has to rifle through dumpsters to find food, it may be what one has to do, but hardly what anyone does for self actualization.

    posted by Reed

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