In an analytical outline,list the areas you wish to analiyze. Beneath each heading, analyze that area. Do not summaries the entire essay in this outline. Identify how persuasively/effectively Seligman constructs her argument using these method, elements identified,looking perhaps at criteria, causation/consequences, evidence/support, weighting, her use (or lack) of an ideal definition, and so forth. Don’t overlook counterarguments and counterexamples; consider the multiple perspectives brought to bear. Do these undermine or accentuate the (implicit?) thesis? Include a tentative thesis statement of your view. Seligman’s essay can be found online by typing her name and essay title in google.