Conan Doyle

“For the early 19th century, the trace was not simply an effigy, a
fetish, a layer that has been magically peeled off a material object
and deposited elsewhere. It was that material object became
intelligible. The activity of the trace was understood as the
manifest presence of meaning. Standing rather peculiarly at the
crossroads between science and spiritualism, the trace seemed to
share equally in the positivist’s absolutism of matter and the
metaphysicians’ order of pure intelligibility, itself resistant to a
materialist analysis.” p. 35

Rolasind Krauss Tracing Nadar Krauss, Rosalind, “Tracing Nadar.” October, Vol. 5, “Photography”
(Summer, 1978), 29-47.

Sobre aspecto onde o detetive e o cientista convergem, as pistas deixadas que conduzem à solução de um crime. Como Einstein,


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