The way, therefore, for which our language divides the conceptual reality has at least a minimum effect on the thought. But it absolutely does not have evidence that it suggests to be this influence in some tirnica way or poderosa.' ' For example, when we think about Arithmetic we can use the word ' ' aritmtica' ' as a symbol in our process of thought. It is much more easy to use the arithmetical word in our thoughts of what to operate all with a complex of concepts symbolized by this word. The use of the verbal symbols becomes, therefore, in many cases, more easy the thought. It can exactly be argued that certain types of thought would be impossible without the existence of these symbols with which we can operate conveniently.
As the capacity to learn to say a language she is basic in intelligence human being, the underlying rules in the learning of the language must be characteristic in the way as the mind functions human being. Time before Chomsky if launching is said by the way that Piaget already thought in similar way, sufficiently as to luminar of the gerativista-transformacional theory, when it wrote that ' ' the language indefinitely extends the power of the thought and a mobility confers it that it could not reach by itself, but it is not its fonte.' ' adds: ' ' Between the language and the thought it exists, thus, a genetic circle such that one of the two terms if apia, necessarily, on the other in a solidary formation and a perpetual reciprocal action. But both depend, in the end of accounts, of the proper intelligence, that is previous to the independent language and of it. ' ' At last, ' ' the thought must be verbal to be able to communicate-se.' ' The language, therefore, could be studied under some aspects, having itself ' ' to clearly distinguish the scope from the Linguistics, that studies the activity for which if it communicates a content of conscience of an individual to another one, and the Psychology, that, as Logic, if occupies in examining the proper content of the conscience humana.' ' In this way, thought and language, even so not being one same thing, have very in common.