So ends Nancy Cartwright the introduction to The Dappled World:
That, I think, depends entirely on where one finds beauty. Popper and Allport, it seems, find beauty in "the mastery of the whole world of experience, by subsuming it ultimately under one unified theoretical structure". I follow Gerard Manley Hopkins in feeling the beauty of Pied Beauty:
Follows the text of "Pied Beauty". But look: "Pied Beauty" finds in its last two lines the unification of the diversity of the dappled world in one principle, viz., God, whose beauty is past change.