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Sifre (on Bamidbar and Devarim) https://he.wikisource.org/wiki/%D7%A1%D7%A4%D7%A8%D7%99 Netziv - assuming you mean HaEmek Davar (and not Davar HaEmek or one of the others), Sefaria has most of it: http://www.sefaria.org/Haamek_Davar_on_Genesis http://www.sefaria.org/Haamek_Davar_on_Exodus http://www.sefaria.org/Haamek_Davar_on_Leviticus Bamidbar will be ...


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Hebrew: Ibn Tibon, Schwartz, and Kapach: http://mobile.tora.ws/ Schwartz: http://press.tau.ac.il/perplexed/toc.asp Kapach: http://www.daat.ac.il/daat/mahshevt/more/shaar-2.htm English (Friedlander) http://www.sacred-texts.com/jud/gfp/ If you're looking to pick a single one for Hebrew I would personally go with Kapach, but that's completely personal ...


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It's not a Jewish site, but you might find exactly what you are looking for at http://www.e-sword.net/. You download it, and when you open it up you'll find a bunch of English translations. It's a very powerful program, with all sorts of cross reference features...not bad for free!


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In addition to the links provided in J.C. Salomon's answer, there is an HTML page with a very readable typed and color coded version of ויכוח רבנו יחיאל מפריס on the Daat website here.


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HebrewBooks.org has the 1873 Thorn printing of ויכוח רבנו יחיאל מפריס Vikuach Rabeinu Yechiel meParis (alternate scan), and the 1928 Lwów (= Lvov = Lemberg) printing, ויכוח רבנו יחיאל מפאריז (alternate scan).



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