Paul Thomas Rubery

PAUL THOMAS RUBERY is a PhD student specializing in media theory, the philosophy of science, and the relationship between mathematics and language in postwar computational discourses. His current research examines the problem of inductive reasoning, the utopian impulse in 1950s art and technology, and the technological histories associated with logical empiricism. His previous research commitments include philosophy at the intersection of psychoanalysis and information theory, sound art, and questions of the Anthropocene. Paul received his B.A. in Art History from the University of Rochester in Rochester, NY. A current record of his writings, presentations, and interests can be accessed here: Link