|A 2011 "Goetheanist" term definition image, from the Dawkins scale page.|
The following are related quotes:
“We love them as we love a child. We want to see them realized, and we intervene on their behalf because they are a part of our own being. The idea is the guideline for conduct, and love is the driving force in Goethean morality.”— Rudolf Steiner (c.1883), Nature’s Open Secret: Introduction to Goethe’s Scientific Writings 
“Libb Thims is a strong atheist who adheres to a physics-based morality, and considers himself a Goethean revolutionist.”
— David Bossens (2013), Belgian philosopher; on Thims and the Goethean revolution
● Goethean – TheFreeDictionary.com.