Critical assessment of Philosophical idea(Berkeley)

Choose one of the following topics. You should present the main argument in question and then critically assess it. You should try to present all of the argumentsboth those of Berkeley and YOUR OWN  as clearly and completely as possible. Aim for depth rather than for breadth. GIVE FEWER ARGUMENTS BUT IN GREATER DETAIL.

1. Berkeley s Critique of Locke s Theory of abstract ideas.
2. Berkeley s strongest argument for idealism
3. Berkeley s claim that we can have knowledge of minds (our own and others) without having the idea of the mind

Source: Ariew, Roger and Watkins, Eric (eds.). 2000. Readings in Modern Philosophy, Volume I (Locke, Berkeley, Hume and Associated Texts). Indianapolis: Hackett.