Johann Gottfried von Herder (1744-1803) regarded language
as source and field of development of human cogitation.
An establishment of the society can be done by its power.
It is needed to pursue researches or to develop “ideas of
mind”. It forms the character, strengthens the belief, a-
rouses politeness and sympathy. At the same time it is the
language of memory and ensures every cultural community.
Within the human ability to speak the imagination that man
was created in God's image becomes obvious. Man does have
the ability to produce sounds like other creatures, but
only he is able to form words and sentences by himself.On-
ly the “work of God, the human soul”, which is “the image
of His being”, can “create and develop language” simply
by being aware of the Creation. Its power lets us compre-
hend things makes the world subdued. Herder thought lan-
guage was evoked by emotional condition. He recognized
that its genesis was not uninfluenced by its surroundings.
Concrete sceneries contribute to the development. People
with the same geographic position feature identicalness
when it comes to feeling and congruence in speech. Thus
Herder found a definition for “people” and consequently
believed in the existence of such a thing as a “people’s
soul”. The national conditions of existence could not be
guaranteed by politics which use “violence, war and
fraud”. Also the contract concluded with diplomacy would
not improve the situation; the emotional bond must be a-