Discussion in Part One describes a model of how the brain responds comprehensively to information from the environment. It can read simultaneously in a serial, cognitive, logical, verbalistic manner; in a holistic, patterned, intuitive mode; in a way which imposes on data a symbolic coloration; and in a style which is limbic-intensive. The very fact that diverse parts of the brajn lean towards different kinds of information, or interpret the same information in a different way, forms the basis for a psychological theory of aesthetic experience. Now, the task is to see how these four perceptual 'universes' are seen to interact to produce an orchestrated 'macrocosmos'. Not only is information per se of perceptual interest, but also elegance and beauty: terms used to describe information which combines in a special way.