In this article, we shall present a possible philosophic-conceptual frame for a Filipino Philosophy through the social-scientist-philosopher (SSP) perspective. As an outcome of the overlapping relation between the sensibilities of the social-scientist and that of the philosopher, we propose these three epistemological frames of an overlap, namely: reconstituting overlap, mitigating overlap, and symbolic overlap. These frames are borne out of the dialectic between the social-scientist’s need for grounding and the philosopher’s reflection on thought assumptions or conditions of possibilities. Thus, this paper is a product of an effort to ruminate on the epistemological nature of the SSP perspective. This paper is also done to possibly contribute in the stride to carve a path that can be used for a Filipino Philosophy that maybe called philosophic and is hinged on the ideas that well-up from the ground.