Logical thought is not the only or even the most ubiquitous mode of thought in philosophy.
Others kinds of thought are possible, ones that are quite different in form from reasoning: the form of thought that goes into the construction not of logical or inductive arguments but of special stories or individual narratives (posts).
Nevertheless, philosophy is not literature. Reasoning and telling stories are different when writing. What I want to do now is to extend these ideas about narrative to the analysis of the stories we tell about our lives: our "autobiographies.