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R. Bachya (1255–1340) in Kad Ha-Kemach (Kitvei R. Bachya, Chavel ed., p. 166) writes:

חוש המישוש לא תיקנו עליו ברכה לפי שאין לחוש הזה חלק בשכל כי כולו גופני היפך השכל

The sense of touch has no brachot instituted for it, because this sense has no part in the intellect but is entirely physical, the opposite of the intellect.

On the other hand, R. Immanuel Chai RikkiR. Immanuel Chai Rikki (1688-1743) writes (Hon Ashir, beginning of Brachot) that the 7 blessings recited under the chuppah to permit a bride to her husband are brachot on the sense of touch.

R. Bachya (1255–1340) in Kad Ha-Kemach (Kitvei R. Bachya, Chavel ed., p. 166) writes:

חוש המישוש לא תיקנו עליו ברכה לפי שאין לחוש הזה חלק בשכל כי כולו גופני היפך השכל

The sense of touch has no brachot instituted for it, because this sense has no part in the intellect but is entirely physical, the opposite of the intellect.

On the other hand, R. Immanuel Chai Rikki (1688-1743) writes (Hon Ashir, beginning of Brachot) that the 7 blessings recited under the chuppah to permit a bride to her husband are brachot on the sense of touch.

R. Bachya (1255–1340) in Kad Ha-Kemach (Kitvei R. Bachya, Chavel ed., p. 166) writes:

חוש המישוש לא תיקנו עליו ברכה לפי שאין לחוש הזה חלק בשכל כי כולו גופני היפך השכל

The sense of touch has no brachot instituted for it, because this sense has no part in the intellect but is entirely physical, the opposite of the intellect.

On the other hand, R. Immanuel Chai Rikki (1688-1743) writes (Hon Ashir, beginning of Brachot) that the 7 blessings recited under the chuppah to permit a bride to her husband are brachot on the sense of touch.

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R. BachyaR. Bachya (1255–1340) in Kad Ha-Kemach (Kitvei R. Bachya, Chavel ed., p. 166) writes:

חוש המישוש לא תיקנו עליו ברכה לפי שאין לחוש הזה חלק בשכל כי כולו גופני היפך השכל

The sense of touch has no brachot instituted for it, because this sense has no part in the intellect but is entirely physical, the opposite of the intellect.

On the other hand, R. Immanuel Chai RikkiR. Immanuel Chai Rikki (1688-1743) writes (Hon Ashir, beginning of Brachot) writes that the 7 blessings recited under the chuppah to permit a bride to her husband are brachot on the sense of touch.

R. Bachya in Kad Ha-Kemach (Kitvei R. Bachya, Chavel ed., p. 166) writes:

חוש המישוש לא תיקנו עליו ברכה לפי שאין לחוש הזה חלק בשכל כי כולו גופני היפך השכל

The sense of touch has no brachot instituted for it, because this sense has no part in the intellect but is entirely physical, the opposite of the intellect.

On the other hand, R. Immanuel Chai Rikki (Hon Ashir, beginning of Brachot) writes that the 7 blessings recited under the chuppah to permit a bride to her husband are brachot on the sense of touch.

R. Bachya (1255–1340) in Kad Ha-Kemach (Kitvei R. Bachya, Chavel ed., p. 166) writes:

חוש המישוש לא תיקנו עליו ברכה לפי שאין לחוש הזה חלק בשכל כי כולו גופני היפך השכל

The sense of touch has no brachot instituted for it, because this sense has no part in the intellect but is entirely physical, the opposite of the intellect.

On the other hand, R. Immanuel Chai Rikki (1688-1743) writes (Hon Ashir, beginning of Brachot) that the 7 blessings recited under the chuppah to permit a bride to her husband are brachot on the sense of touch.

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R. Bachya in Kad Ha-Kemach Kad Ha-Kemach (Kitvei R. Bachya, Chavel ed., p. 166) writes:

חוש המישוש לא תיקנו עליו ברכה לפי שאין לחוש הזה חלק בשכל כי כולו גופני היפך השכל

The sense of touch has no brachot instituted for it, because this sense has no part in the intellect but is entirely physical, the opposite of the intellect.

On the other hand, R. Immanuel Chai Rikki (Hon Ashir, beginning of BrachotHon Ashir, beginning of Brachot) writes that the 7 blessings recited under the chuppah to permit a bride to her husband are brachot on the sense of touch.

R. Bachya in Kad Ha-Kemach (Kitvei R. Bachya, Chavel ed., p. 166) writes:

חוש המישוש לא תיקנו עליו ברכה לפי שאין לחוש הזה חלק בשכל כי כולו גופני היפך השכל

The sense of touch has no brachot instituted for it, because this sense has no part in the intellect but is entirely physical, the opposite of the intellect.

On the other hand, R. Immanuel Chai Rikki (Hon Ashir, beginning of Brachot) writes that the 7 blessings recited under the chuppah to permit a bride to her husband are brachot on the sense of touch.

R. Bachya in Kad Ha-Kemach (Kitvei R. Bachya, Chavel ed., p. 166) writes:

חוש המישוש לא תיקנו עליו ברכה לפי שאין לחוש הזה חלק בשכל כי כולו גופני היפך השכל

The sense of touch has no brachot instituted for it, because this sense has no part in the intellect but is entirely physical, the opposite of the intellect.

On the other hand, R. Immanuel Chai Rikki (Hon Ashir, beginning of Brachot) writes that the 7 blessings recited under the chuppah to permit a bride to her husband are brachot on the sense of touch.

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