After agreeing on the two principles and a principle of just savings,the parties then proceed further through the four-stagesequence, tailoring these general principles to the particularconditions of the society of the citizens they represent. Through thisfour-stage sequence, the veil of ignorance that screens outinformation about society's general features gradually becomesthinner, and the parties use the new information to decide onprogressively more determinate applications of the principles alreadyagreed upon. The parties, that is, progressively fill in theinstitutional details of what justice requires in the real world.


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