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    • Go Your Own Way: The Producer as Moral Author in Entertainment 

      Stewart, Taryn (2017-12-11)
      Moral authority is a moral derivative of authority, which in turn is connected to religion and tradition. In today’s Western society, both religion and tradition are fragmented in our increasingly diverse society. This is ...
    • God of Genes: A Theology of Evolution 

      Linke, Baird (2017-05-13)
      Science and faith are held up as opposition parties in public discourse, but this is a relatively new development in intellectual history. Francis Bacon described science and faith as companion volumes written by God to ...
    • Godel’s Proof and Its Philosophical Ramifications 

      Schirmer, Trent (2005-04-01)
      The most significant theorem of 20th century logic was Godel’s incompleteness theorem. In the thesis Godel’s theorem, both how it works and what it means philosophically, is given a penetrating analysis. I explain both the ...
    • Gods and Humans in Paradise Lost and the Iliad 

      Karbowicz, Alexis (2021-04-16)
      This paper examines the ways in which gods and humans interact in Homers Iliad and John Milton’s Paradise Lost. These two epics detail two battles, the battle for Troy and the battle for the salvation of humanity, both ...
    • Gold Medal for Green Energy 

      Cox, Terry; Boone, Nathan (2018-04-20)
      In the 1960s, technological advancements and social awareness increased the demand for production and consumption of energy to be clean and renewable. In order to take advantage of varying resources, governments will form ...
    • Government Deficit Spending: An Analysis 

      Evenskaas, Gene (1967-04-01)
      In the last ten years the phrase, government deficit spending, has become a common household term and the center of many discussions concerning the economics of government fiscal policy. Webster's Dictionary defines the ...
    • Governmental Accounting In Montana 

      Romine, Patricia (1980-04-01)
      As of 1968, the systems and procedures for budgeting, accounting and reporting financial information in Montana had evolved from over a century of administrative practices. Most were developed to solve isolated administrative ...
    • Governor Joseph Kemp Toole and the Second Legislative Assembly 

      Devitt, J. Thomas (1962-04-01)
      Society today has similar yet diverse terms whereby it classifies public servants as either politicians or statesmen. When one hears the word ’’politician”, one’s mind immediately conjures up an image of a cigar-chewing, ...
    • Gravimetric Titrations are More Accurate, More Precise, and Easier than Volumetric Titrations 

      Lynn, M. Christina (2010-04-01)
      Gravimetric titrations were compared statistically in this study with volumetric titrations. A sodium hydroxide solution was standardized with pure potassium hydrogen phthalate (KHP). This solution was then used to analyze ...
    • Gray Matters: Analysis of Gray Water Use in a Typical Central Montana Household 

      Hecht, Courtney (2009-04-01)
      The semi-arid western United States views water as a valuable commodity. Because of water’s expense and difficulty to obtain, western states struggle with water supply, use, and rights issues. The existing supply may not ...
    • Greek Philosophy 

      Hanley, Leo (1950-04-01)
      This dissertation deals with the philosophy of the ancient Greeks, from whom we have inherited part of our philosophical tradition. In the twenty-two and on-half centuries that have elapsed since philosophy came to birth ...
    • Green Clay Smith: Soldier and Statesman 

      Screnar, James (1964-04-01)
      In the year 18614., after Abraham Lincoln was nominated for the presidency at a Republican convention in Baltimore, a hotly contested battle was waged for the Vice Presidency. The first choice of many of the delegates was ...
    • Gregory of Nyssa and Jacques Derrida on the Human-Animal Distinction in the Song of Songs 

      Meyer, Eric D. (2014-01-01)
      Jacques Derrida despairs of finding animals among philosophers. “Thinking concerning the animal, if there is such a thing, derives from poetry. There you have a thesis” (2008, 7; cf. 40). The poetic imagination, in contrast ...
    • Gregory of Nyssa on Language, Naming God's Creatures, and the Desire of the Discursive Animal 

      Meyer, Eric D. (2012-01-01)
      The controversy between Gregory of Nyssa and Eunomius of Cyzicus over the origin and nature of human language might profitably be mapped across the tension between the two creation narratives in the opening chapters of ...
    • Growing Algae for Biofuel; Potential Methods and Costs 

      Barstad, Joseph (2011-04-01)
      One of the largest challenges in the world of today is fossil fuel consumption. Human beings consume huge quantities of fossil fuels every day, yet there is a limited supply in the world. In the long term, an alternative ...
    • Growth Analysis of Humulus lupulus (Hops) Varieties in Montana 

      Tyson, Taylor (2019-04-25)
      Montana currently has a booming brewing industry yet there is a state-wide lack in the production of hops, a critical ingredient in the brewing process. Hops (Humulus lupulus) are a perennial vine that can grow up to 7.5 ...
    • Growth and Production of Hops (Humulus lupulus) Varieties in the Helena Valley (MT) 

      DeBruycker, Reegan; Almquist, Travis (2018-04-20)
      Humulus lupulus, or hop, is a herbaceous perennial vine from the Cannabaceae family and grows perennially for ten to twenty years. They are most commonly grown in the Yakima Valley in Washington. Hops are used for a variety ...
    • Growth and Production of Hops (Humulus lupulus) Varieties in the Helena Valley (MT) 

      DeBruycker, Reegan (2019-04-01)
      Hops (Humulus lupulus) production has been rapidly increasing in the United States due to the rise in popularity of craft beer. The majority of the hops produced in the United States currently originates from Washington ...
    • Growth Characteristics Of Large Granular Lymphocytes In Vitro Upon Stimulation With Mitogens Phytohemagglutinin And Recombinant Interleukin-2 

      Morin, Lisa (1988-04-01)
      A pilot experiment was performed in which peripheral blood lymphocytes were isolated from whole blood using the Ficoll-Hypaque technique. Percoll discontinuous-gradient centrifugation of peripheral blood mononuclear cells ...
    • Growth Of Freshwater Sponge In Sandwich Cultures 

      Abrams, Dawn (1994-04-01)
      Sandwich cultures of sponges provide a convenient means to study a sponge's internal organization and the physiological activities of sponge cells. In this study, the feasibility of using sponge explants as a source for ...