No, it would not. As this is a concept of a general / universal expression, that is used in French.
While it is not used as much in current common English, this is a concept that is used in French. The object of learning another language is to learn also concepts that are different to you first language, such as this, in the other language.
This concept of universal "one[self]", is different to the concept of a personal, individual "yourself".
It really should actually accept both"oneself" and "yourself". While traditionally "oneself" is correct when talking in general terms, "yourself" is now much more common and "oneself" has nearly disappeared. This should reflect how language is actually spoken, not how it thinks it ought to be spoken.
In French, soi is used to represent a universal "one[self]", in general statements or descriptions.
This concept of a general / universal expression, you will see, for example in verb tables, such as :
And the stressed pronoun of soi, is likewise a further example of this general / universal concept used in French.