Following the above sequence, what are the connotations of "v'Im b'Chukosai Tim'asu ... Mishpatai Tig'al Nafsh'chem"?
Rashi: You will go on to despise those who do keep the Mitzvos, and then to hate the Chachamim (who teach them).
Ramban: If you despise My Chukim (statures) 1 and vomit out (loathe) My judgments (the punishments that are due for transgressing the commandments). 2 which one rejects "in order to be exempt from keeping My Mitzvos".
Seforno: Not only will you negate Hashem's statutes but you will despise them ... and deliberately vomit out the Mishpatim. 3
Targum Onkelos: and Targum Yonasan: If you despise the Mitzvos of My Torah and distance yourselves from My Mishpatim.
Ramban: ''What does Hashem care if I wear Sha'atnez!' "What is to be gained by burning a red Heifer and being sprinkled with its ashes!'
Ramban: It cannot refer to the Mishpatim, since everyone understands that a country cannot function without civil laws.
Seforno: even though you know that there is nothing wrong with them.
What are the connotations of "l'Vilti Asos ... Es Kol Mitzvosai"?
Rashi: You will subsequently stop others from performing the Mitzvos ... and then deny that Hashem even commanded them.
Ramban: Refer to 26:15:1:2.
Seforno: You will do that in order to absolve yourselves from having to fulfill the most basic commandments. 1
Targum Onkelos and Targum Yonasan: In order not to fulfill My Mitzvos. 2
What are the implications of "Lehafrechem Es Brisi"?
Rashi: This implies that you will finally deny the very existence of Hashem (Kevayachol). 1
Ramban #1 2 and Seforno: In order to relieve yourselves entirely of the yoke of Torah and Mitzvos.
Targum Onkelos: Refer to 26:5:2:3*.
Targum Yonasan: Ultimately you will annul My covenant.
Rashi: This follows a sequence of seven sins (that are followed by seven punishments).
Ramban (on Pasuk 16): That Hashem entered into with Yisrael by His Great Name (which explains why the Torah speaks in the first person throughout - "E'eseh", "Yisarti" "Hikeisi" (Refer also to 26:16:1), and which is hinted in the words "Sheva al Chatoseichem, "Sheva k'Chatoseichem" (See R. Chavel's footnotes).
Ramban: In contrast to "v'Nasati Shalom ba'Aretz" - with reference to the Bris Shalom that Hashem entered into with them.