Not exactly. I think part of the confusion here is the exact behavior when you see "ConfigureSelf" in the operation map. With the current structure of the privilege registry, it's not very clear that "ConfigureSelf" for a resource really just applies to the specific instance that represents yourself (or has some tie to your account). I think we might need to embellish the description of the ConfigureSelf privilege to clearly state this nuance, but I don't have a good answer for how else to show this in the privilege registry itself.
Also, keep in mind that the privilege registry structure isn't very clear about some of the detailed nuances like this. The expectation is users with "ConfigureSelf" can only configure their own account, and it's not something they can generally do on all accounts. The following text is in the description of the ConfigureSelf privilege: "Can change the password for the current user account and log out of their own sessions."
Everyone can configure their own passwords (ConfigureSelf), but only admins can change anyone's password (ConfigureUsers).