You have a college degree.
You read books (other than, or in addition to, the Bible).
You think about arguments before making them.
You like your arguments to be well-informed.
You treat facts and ideas with respect.
You do not automatically dismiss facts or arguments that run counter to your beliefs.
You are capable of admitting error.
You are capable of changing your mind.
You speak and write in complete sentences.
You avoid over-simplifying complex issues.
You do not vilify those who disagree with you simply because they disagree with you.
You are more interested in exercising responsibility than in assigning blame.
You judge individuals on their individual merits, rather than status or affiliations.