My name is Jarrod W. Brown. I am a Ph.D. student in Comparative Philosophy at the University of Hawai'i at Manoa. I specialize in metaphysics, philosophy of language, "Internet ethics," Indian and Islamic philosophy. My disseration topic is the metaphysics of similarity and the normative constraints on analogical reasoning. I am an expert in online learning services and have led academic services development for major players in the market. Additionally, I am keenly interested in Southeast Asia and am working on a project related to violence in Theravada countries. I work with Sanskrit, Indonesian/Malay, and Khmer. You can visit my photography site of sacred sites of Southeast Asia and the Pacific.