This chapter considers the Truth and Goodness, regarded as modes of value, how these modes are involved in religion and in the social life of mankind. The saying of Keats that beauty is truth, truth beauty, has carried conviction to many; and there is a close connection between these two elements of value. But the consideration of Goodness has led us to notice its relation to Beauty. That the complete apprehension of truth would mean the knowledge of the universe as a perfectly coherent system, may be an article of philosophic faith, but hardly of certain knowledge. As love is reality experienced by the lover, and truth is reality experienced by the philosopher, so beauty is reality as experienced by the artist. Aristotle, for instance, stated that it is the characteristic feature of all moral action that it is done for the sake of beauty that is because it is felt to be called for to produce harmony and joy.