“Justice is complete virtue” (EE IV.1.15:27).
“Justice is the greatest of the virtues” (NE V.1:28).
“Justice is all virtue combined” (NE V.1:30).
“The best is the one who uses virtue not in his own interest but in another’s interest, since that is the hardest thing to do” (EE IV.1.18:8-9).
“Justice is not a part of virtue but the whole of virtue” (EE IV.1.19:9-10).
“What is just will be equal. This is something agreed by all without argument. And since what is equal is a mean, what is just would be a kind of mean” (EE IV.3.3:13-15).
“What is proportionate is a mean and what is just is proportionate” (EE IV.3.12:12-13).
“The lesser evil is more choiceworthy than the greater, what is choiceworthy is good, and what is more so is greater. This, then, is one form of justice” (EE IV.3.16-3.17).