"...for transgressions between a person and God, Yom Kippur atones; however, for transgressions between a person and another, Yom Kippur does not atone until he appeases the other person." Mishnah_Yoma.8.9
IIRC the Torah does not make any distinction between Mitzvot.
- What is the origin of the division between interpersonal (בין אדם לחבירו) and God-related (בין אדם למקום) Mitzvot?
- What are the criteria for the division?
- Did anybody attempt to systematically classify the 613 Mitzvot by those criteria?
Please assume the question is not self-evident, for example, murder, physically hurting others, honoring parents, Tzedakka, etc.