If you see (and really care about) the care rather than the power, that is when you have a soul!
Where are the tokens of the soulfulness in the attitudes that constantly remark that one has to care about the trivial consequences for randomly having it they have the right for power, more power than there is in that you show your opinion the way the others do?
It is obviously not tokens of exceptions that are really accepted!
That is, you are soulless if you can't demand that all tendencies include the capacity to realize the care for those without too much power.
This is an abstract concept and as such can only be answered in the abstract.
In reality, neither truly exists in any shape or form and are only philosophical constructs of no importance whatsosever to anything or anyone, real, living or dead.
The soul is a brain function. When the brain dies, so does the soul. Simple.
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