Analyze arguments, identifying premises, conclusions, assumptions, and logical relations.
Evaluate arguments, judging the quality of the reasoning/information and raising specific objections.
Provide compelling reasons in support of opinions, avoiding common argument flaws and thoughtfully responding to objections
Solve problems logically and innovatively
Actively engage with debates and developments in the history of philosophy.
Explain themes, theories, and arguments involving philosophers from the (1) ancient/medieval period, (2) early modern period, and (3) late modern to contemporary period, demonstrating connections among them.
Critically engage with complex primary source texts.