This piece of philosophy and poetry in performance—pointing to the painting by Raphael, “The School of Athens” (15092–1511) where Hypatia (355–415), the philosopher of perfect posture, is positioned prominently and peripherally, politely—philosophises on and in the particularly poignant, perplexing presence of philosopHERs in plight, part and parcel of the primary problems of “Platonically” platoonised philosophy, past and present. Power Point #1 Re-member the obvious, something so obvious as to be obliterated in front of our eyes; Point #2 She, “the 2nd sex,” did it 1st; Point #3 Could Sophia become a sobject? Plenty to ponder on.