[Question] Why didn’t we find katas for rationality?

It’s my impression that various rationalist groups formed what they called dojos with the intend of having a structure that’s similar to a martial arts dojo.

One of the key aspects of that institution is the practice of katas. Katas are a series of moves that can be practiced together to learn a particular art.

As far as I can see we didn’t find anything that fits into that spot.

Why didn’t we? Is it because rationality inherently can’t be broken down into that form? Is it because we approached the problem wrongly?

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