This question complements the question:
Do higher level comprehensive Laws, which govern the phenomena of Nature, exist?
One philosophical debate in epistemology and ontology is whether knowledge exists objectively, or whether the existence of knowledge relies on a conscious intellect in physical beings.
I am curious to find out whether epistemology and ontology are even more closely related.
Humans learn about nature via identifying, observing and studying objects and finding connections between those objects.
Humans assign names to those identified objects and observed connections, thus developing languages...
"Since any human language describes realities which exist independently of the human mind, does language therefore contain some knowledge of those realities ?"
PS Some issues related to my question are discussed in the following literature:
1)"Knowledge and Language" Eric Reuland, W. Abraham, F. R. Ankersmit
2)"Language, Mind, and Knowledge" Keith Gunderson