Arte, vita e immanenza

Daniela Angelucci, Stefano Oliva


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 important contribution to the shaping of a concept of life not subordinated to an identified form nor identified with an undifferentiated chaos. In Deleuze's philosophy 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 singularity produced by art is particularly evident in literature, which constitutes a non-communicative and post-linguistic use of language. 



Art; Life; Immanence

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