Is the record of the disputation of Paris that took place in 1240, I believe called sefer havikuach, available for free online?

  • See here and here. (Similar question about the Ramban's later debate: judaism.stackexchange.com/q/53064). – Fred Apr 13 '15 at 3:56
  • I'm not sure that machlokes applies here (this wasn't a disagreement between two equally valid sides), so I left it in. – MTL Apr 13 '15 at 17:46

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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  • Wrong text: Ramban's vikuach is of the Barcelona disputation. – Shimon bM Apr 13 '15 at 1:49
  • You're right: the Paris disputation was with R' Yechiel of Paris. More research needed. – J. C. Salomon Apr 13 '15 at 1:51
  • Please remove this answer for as noted it refers to the Barcelona disputation rather than the Paris disputation. Interesting to hear Christiani's version though. – mevaqesh Apr 13 '15 at 17:36

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