In political philosophy, Aristotle’s ideas of Politics are broadly received by the philosophers than modern thinking of philosophy. For political philosophy, these expressions include work of the policy but also the thought of philosophy, which is not expressed in the form of the work. For the politician, it can be defined as the chosen noble acts for their sake of political order, while it takes up for the most political life in the interests of extensive possession and money. The political virtues are represented by the politics as per the thought of Aristotle, which is exercised in the rules of politics. The justice is depicted to be belonging to their relations with each other since laws and the administrations of justice are both fair and unfair. Summarizing the discussion, Aristotle’s remarks on political justice in according to the law are belonging to the justice and equality was naturally fitted for the law. The significant passage highlights the arguments of the political history of Aristotle. The main aim of a polis is to maintain the proper task of political science and the happiness of the citizens which is preferred to provide the political order embodied in laws and constitution. Proceeding from the understanding of the political order of arguments helps in the formation of the appropriate conception of justice to guide legislation process. The citizens of the polis will possess the rights of justice and claims which are in order of accordance with nature of politics. In the political theory of Aristotle defended the doctrines of politics which illustrate the nature of human beings politically existing in the form of political principles. The arguing agreement claims that the political theories are a community in which individuals must help another to lead a healthy life in order to attain self-sufficiency. A political constitution of justice is the particular embodiment of the standard rule of law and order (Beiner, 2010). Aristotle represents the political problem of law and order as a dispute, over the political equality that has just a right or claims to be a particular citizen and over the rights of laws in which the citizens should have the political knowledge. Aristotle gives importance the questions as regards the rights of individual citizens and differences between them in respect of traditional rights and merely nature of politics. Aristotle emphasized on the rights and the justices of law which is not deliberated to pay the contribution of human rights or even of the convention. Aristotelian agreeing argument supports a theory of political justice in which the politicians should employ their deliberations. The notion that Aristotle recognizes the rights of individuals in some sense is not new. Aristotle would speak of justice and rights without the reference to some community. Aristotle evidently agreed with Bradely’s claim that Joachim’s theory of natural justice provides a basis for rights founded on the nature of man in distinction from merely conventional rights. Aristotle’s senses of federal law and order are not equivalent in the politics because the rights of politics of a citizen possess in a polis may be natural without political predictions. Moreover, Aristotle’s theory treats the human rights universally, and the political or social relationships between human beings are easily identified by the arguments of Aristotle.