"In the beginning was the Logos, and the Logos was with God, and the Logos was God.
The same was in the beginning with God.
All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made."
Language is our instrument to sculpt reality.
Our world is what we think of it and we think in language, therefore, language makes up the world.
Every linguistic construct, every phrase made a thought, every concept imposed into the world, molds reality.
Objects exist because of words; without words there would be no objects. Language freezes the fluidity of reality. A rock is not an object, it is slowly transcurring event. A cloud or a whirlpool are as much an object as the rock, the only difference is the speed at which they unfold.
Because we think in language, the nature of our language and its rules, determine the nature and rules of the world we inhabit.
No wonder why nature seems rational and behaves in agreement with the rules of logic and mathematics. They are the laws that govern our linguistic structures.
Thus, the limitations of our language and its structure, impose the limitations of our conception of reality. The study of our language and its boundaries is a proxy for the study of the universe and its boundaries.