Comparative Study of self-actualization's Appearances in Quran and Psychology

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People in society differ from each other. Each follow specific aim and based on goal, choose different path and method in life. Some people are so believer and firm and although they have success in personal life and have actualized their own talents, are creative and supporting others in society. They are people who are completed and self-made man and called them self-actualized in humanistic psychology (Third Force). In this study, having used library method to describe the features of self-actualized people from the perspective of the Quran and psychology while trying to present comprehensive criteria for self-actualization based on the Verses of Quran. By a comprehensive review and using the interpretations of the Quran verses, results showed that completed man is the man who in addition of religious precepts like prayer and tithe and leaving the guilt and sin, takes over responsibilities that is beyond of believer’s duties and he is someone that strives for personal and social development. In according to comprehensive vision of the Quran and it’s universal mission, is fitting that, to be used instead of theories raised by human in self-actualization.
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Persian
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Comparative Theology, Volume:3 Issue: 8, 2013
Page:
57
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