The concept of “life” is often thought of within binary oppositions in which it is juxtaposed to other terms. The thought of Gilles Deleuze constitutes an im-portant contribution to the shaping of a concept of life not subordinated to an identified form nor identified with an undifferentiated chaos. In Deleuze's philos-ophy of life, associated with a reflection on the concept of absolute immanence, there is an important theorization of art as an apparition of expressive qualities that do not belong to a subject but produce a singularity. The impersonal singu-larity produced by art is particularly evident in literature, which constitutes a non-communicative and post-linguistic use of language.
Angelucci, D., Oliva, S. (2020). Arte, vita e immanenza. STUDI DI ESTETICA, 3, 1-14.