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There is a beautiful lengthy piece from Rav Yaakov Tzvi Mecklenburg in his Haketav Vehakabalah on this verse. In short, although "Ish" and "Adam" both have connotations of being both wicked (במות אדם רשע, איש אשר אין מעצר לרוחו) and righteous (ויקרא את שמם אדם ביום הבראם, משה איש אלהים), there is nonetheless a fundamental difference ...


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