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A self is an individual person, from their own point of view. To you, self is you. To someone else, self is that person.

The following list of topics is provided as an overview of and introduction to the self:

Essence of oneself[change | change source]

Main articles: Self (philosophy), Self (psychology), and Self (sociology)

Self constructs[change | change source]

Stages of life[change | change source]

Major life events[change | change source]

Individual rights[change | change source]

Main articles: Human rights, Individual rights, and Personal rights

You have:

  • security rights that protect people against crimes such as murder, massacre, torture and rape
  • liberty rights that protect freedoms in areas such as belief and religion, association, assembling and movement
  • political rights that protect the liberty to participate in politics by expressing themselves, protesting, voting and serving in public office
  • due process rights that protect against abuses of the legal system such as imprisonment without trial, secret trials and excessive punishments
  • equality rights that guarantee equal citizenship, equality before the law and nondiscrimination
  • welfare rights (also known as economic or social rights) that require the provision of education and protections against severe poverty and starvation
  • group rights that provide protection for groups against ethnic genocide and for the ownership by countries of their national territories and resources

Personality traits[change | change source]

Main articles: Big Five personality traits and Trait theory

Personal values[change | change source]

Virtues[change | change source]

See the list at Virtue#Virtues and values

Vices[change | change source]

Self-actualization[change | change source]

Self management[change | change source]

Self-preservation and self-maintenance[change | change source]

Personal concepts[change | change source]

Harmful traits and practices[change | change source]

Related pages[change | change source]