So according to the book, the two weapons fighting rules applied to thrown weapons are:
The same rules apply when you throw a weapon from each hand. Treat a dart or shuriken as a light weapons when used in this manner, and treat a bolas, javelin, net, or sling as a one-handed weapon
However, there have been many more thrown weapons published since them (Chakrams for example, boomerangs). Just looking at the Fighter's "Thrown" category for Weapon Training:
Thrown: aklys, amentum, atlatl, blowgun, bolas, boomerang, chakram, club, dagger, dart, halfling sling staff, harpoon, hunga munga, javelin, lasso, kestros, light hammer, net, poisoned sand tube, rope dart, Shoanti bolas, shortspear, shuriken, sling, sling glove, spear, starknife, throwing axe, throwing shield, trident, and wushu dart.
Is there a place saying what is considered a light thrown weapon, and what is considered a one-hand thrown weapon?
edit: if possible, I would really love having some RAW rather than houserules.