The freedom of expression in global perspective
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This paper presents recent events including the Danish cartoon crisis occasion - a re-examination of John Stuart Mill's argument for freedom of expression. Despite the appeal of liberalism, Mill's philosophy had from the start been subject to intense criticism. The rise of political Islam opens a new phase in the debate; the difficulties pointed out by Mill's critics are indicative of the obstacles that liberalism still faces.