Routine is a concept constructed for thinking from the position of event, rather than from the position of subject/object, the prototype of the latter being that of the Cartesian cogito (Routine supplements cogito with event).  "The concept is obviously  knowledge--but knowledge of itself, and what it knows is the pure event, which must not be confused with the state of affairs in which it is embodied.  The task of philosophy when it creates concepts, entities, is always to extract an event from things and beings, to set up the new event from things and beings, always to give them a new event: space, time, matter, thought, the possible as events" (WIP?).

The thought of event is that of a collective, a group that is not one but multitude.  The imperative to construct this capability come from Paul Virilio, his description of the society of the spectacle as a dromosphere, a condition of dimension collapse due to our light-speed technologies.  The Internet (General) Accident is one that happens everywhere simultaneously, as a possibility of an information economy.  Virilio warns that the dromosphere reduces time to Now, disjoined from t/here.  In such conditions the established rubrics of rhetoric (practical reason, the logical means of ethics and politics, of decision) are made problematic, to the extent that they concern one or the other dimension of time:  Forensic (determine what was true in the past); Epideictic (praise or blame in the present); Deliberative (decide on a future action).  Prudence is a time-image, a wisdom of temporality gathering up the three orders of time into an act of judgment.

Electracy requires the introduction of a fourth order of rhetoric, capable of ethical and political reasoning Now, in the Moment (Augenblick).  In Heuretics the practice of event reasoning is developed as flash reason.  "Event" names this fourth order, as an invitation for further invention (the construction of concepts enabling this collective rhetoric).  Forensic, Epideictic, Deliberative, Eventive.