How is human learning different from other organisms’ learning? Can science create a soul?

Is “human” an adjective in addition to being a noun? That is, can organisms demonstrate human qualities without themselves being human?
Language and communication: is one the domain of “human” more than the other?
How is human learning different from other organisms’ learning?
Can science create a soul?
Does the presence of a soul (or spirit?) reveal humanity?
Is “human” born, or made—or both?
To what extent is science blurring the lines between human and not-human? Will that distinction become more or less meaningful with time?
The kids in Never Let Me Go were judged based on their creativity. To what degree is that a quality of being human?

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