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Gunkel, Die Propheten, GGttingen, 1917, pp. 2-3. B. Duhm, Die Theologie der Propheten, Bonn, 1875. W. Robertson Smith, The Prophets of Israel, p. lvii. A brief memoir of Duhm by W. Baumgartner is given in the fifth edition of his commentary on Isaiah; Das Buch Jesaja, fifth edition, Gottingen, 1968, pp. V-XIII. 5. Duhm was not, of course, the first to recognize metrical features in Hebrew poetry. In 1882 K. Budde had pointed to the Kinah metre of the lament in ‘Llas hebriische Klagelied’ in ZA W 2 (1882), pp.
L-52. 6. B. Duhm, Die Theologie der Propheten, pp. 86ff. 7. B. Duhm, Das Buch Jeremia (KHATXI), Tubingen-Leipzig, 1901. 8. B. Duhm, Das Both Hiob (KHAT XVI), Freiburg, 1897. 9. B. Duhm, Psalmen (KHAT XIV), Freiburg, 1899, second edition 1922. 10. B. Duhm, Zsraels Propheten, Tubingen, 1916, second edition 1922. 11. W. Wundt, Vtilkerpsychologie. E i n e Untersuchung der Entwicklungsgesetze von Sprache, Mythus und Sitte, Leipzig, 1900. A useful outline of Wundt’s ideas is provided in English in hisElements ofFolkPsychology.
The second feature is related to this and concerns the fact that the prophets were not primarily thinker-ither philosophers or theologians-in any conventional sense, but had received their messages in highly distinctive and emotional ecstatic experiences. In his earlier book Duhm had referred to the strange psychological manifestations of prophetic activity in visions and ecstasy, but had dismissed them as secondary. ‘j In his commentary on Isaiah, however, Duhm returned to reconsider this feature and clearly recognized that the unusual psychological aspects of the prophets were neither as subordinate, nor as ephemeral, as he had at first argued.