The modern academic title(s) may take their origins from the early Jewish semikhah – the ordination of rabbis at the turn of the first century CE in Roman Judea, as described by the tractate Sanhedrin of the Babylonian Talmud. This, however, raises a general historical-sociological question: to what extent is a particular practice such as the semikhah preserved, or does its rationale change, over time and in differing habitats?

The Jewish origins of the academic title

Michael Segre
2020

Abstract

The modern academic title(s) may take their origins from the early Jewish semikhah – the ordination of rabbis at the turn of the first century CE in Roman Judea, as described by the tractate Sanhedrin of the Babylonian Talmud. This, however, raises a general historical-sociological question: to what extent is a particular practice such as the semikhah preserved, or does its rationale change, over time and in differing habitats?
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