Philosophizing is an activity—a process carries on by mind-endeavored creatures. But philosophy itself—the product of philosophy—is an abstraction which, as such, exists in its own way. Like chemistry or poetry, the things it deals with may be ever so real, but it itself exists in the realm of textuality. However the nature of philosophy’s textual domain is seldom studied as such. The present discussion will take one very small step towards filling this gap.