The law of inequality of development in the evolution.
The law of inequality is manifested by the universality of the fact, that each living functional system (infra-organismic, organismic as well as superorganismic ones) consists of individual components, whose momentary evolutive state, as well as their evolutive trends and speeds are different.
The fact itself depends directly from the lack of direction of the elementary changes of heredity (mutations).
The law is to be considered as one of the eight general laws of evolution which form together a whole.
It is pretended that these laws are applicable to all levels of the process of the historical development of life, including also all features of the human life.