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At long last - after four conferences spread out over 2005 - 2008, another one on its way in a few months, and at least 13 (!) years during which the products of popular culture have been integrated within philosophy instruction here in Denmark in courses ranging from extramural university level ("Folkeuniversitet") through graduate and undergraduate level - a forum is being established for the dissemination and discussion of any and all topics which deal with the meeting of Philosophy with Popular Culture.