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  1. Christopher M. Bache (2006). Reincarnation and the Akashic Field: A Dialogue with Ervin Laszlo. World Futures 62 (1 & 2):114 – 126.
    This article argues that Laszlo's concept of the Akashic Field (A-field) does not render the concept of reincarnation either redundant or unnecessary, that reincarnation is a fact of nature, something the universe is doing at this stage of its evolution. Not only is Laszlo's theory compatible with the concept of rebirth, it actually strengthens that theory by clarifying some of the processes involved. This article presents a rationale for the belief that through reincarnation the universe is giving birth to a (...)
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  2. Christopher M. Bache (1981). Paraphrase and Paraphrasing Metaphors. Dialectica 35 (3):307-326.
    SummaryThis essay rejects the widespread thesis that conceptually creative metaphors are unpara‐phrasable on grounds that it misconceives the nature and function of paraphrase. Encouraged by a deceptively parallel rejection of the positivist reducibility thesis by philosophers of science, defenders of the unparaphrasability thesis mistakenly equated paraphrase with literal translation and in so doing failed to appreciate paraphrase's critical role in the systematic exploitation of metaphor's creative potential. This essay attempts to recast the terms of the paraphrasability debate by separating paraphrase (...)
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  3. Christopher M. Bache (1980). Homophonic Translation and Disambiguation. Journal of Critical Analysis 8 (2):35-43.
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  4. Christopher M. Bache (1980). Towards a Unified Theory of Metaphor. Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 39 (2):185-193.
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