‘One person’s obsessive ideology is not superior to another person’s’
To the Expositor:
I write to thank The Expositor for its diligent and fair pursuit of the story I call the Don Quixote dental story of Gore Bay. I am happy to hear the dentist’s lawyer assuring us that now he has “got it.” I hope so. And I hope all his supporters have got it too. The message is that one person’s obsessive ideology is not superior to another person’s just because it seems primary or compelling or more important to the pleading ideologue than the next person’s obsession/ideology. Professional covenants do not just melt away because some obsessive value hierarchy must transcend all other human obligations.
Joseph Gold, PhD
Professor Emeritus University of Waterloo