A 2011 "Goetheanist" term definition image, from the Dawkins scale page.
In eponyms, Goethean, pronounced “gurt-ean”, refers to the one or more of the views or philosophical tenets of or relating to or in the manner of German polyintellect Johann Goethe, e.g. Goetheanism, Goetheanist, Goethendipity, Goethean philosophy, Goethean atheism, Goethean morality, Goethean revolution, Goethean calendar, Goethean scholar, among others.

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 [1]

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

External links
‚óŹ Goethean – TheFreeDictionary.com.

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