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Michael A. Meyer

midcentury and which Joël set out to combat. Isaak Heinemann, Manuel Joels wissenschaftliches Lebenswerk , 3. Not only was Joël’s interest in philosophy unusual within nineteenth-century Jewish Wissenschaft, so too, within the Positive-Historical circle was his willingness to accept biblical criticism and Darwinism. He readily discounted the miraculous tales regarding the biblical Elijah, Elisha, and Daniel. Separating sharply between Wissenschaft and religion, Joël regarded the former as presenting no threat to religion and he believed that the theory of evolution did