Thank you Ron:
Atmananda once phrased his specific kind of logic as follows:
“They (the Grecian philosophers) go by logic, and I go also by logic.
But there is much difference
between the logic employed by them
and the logic employed by me.
The logic employed by me is something subjective.
The logic employed by them is something objective.
There is a difference.” …
“To Atmananda objective was not an indication for the impartial,
but for everything that can be observed,
everything that is an object to the senses and thoughts.
The same goes for subjective:
here he did not mean a view or opinion colored by a person,
but that which is merely Subject
– that which cannot be observed by definition,
and which by Itself constantly illumines whatever is the object.”
[Atmanada Krishna Menon, Shri Atmananda of Trivandrum]