The soul is equal to consciousness. The clone will be, on the whole, an ordinary person. Of course he will have consciousness. If we are talking about a clone of an animal, then they have no consciousness (okay, okay, primates also have).
If you look from a scientific point of view (and your question rises precisely above scientific tags), then the very concept of the soul is unscientific based on Popper's criterion. Accordingly, no one has a soul.
If we add religion here, then the first lucky clone of Dolly the sheep did not have a soul, based on the Bible: "the soul of every animal is his blood (Lev. 17, 11 ) ". That is, the soul of an animal is destructible.
As for a person, the Orthodox agree that a clone will have a soul, but it will not be created as God commanded, that is, without love and outside of marriage: “How Orthodox Christian, I oppose any attempts to clone a person, since the conception of a person should take place in an act of love between two people, and not through the manipulation of cells by means of actions that are essentially self-love. Our actions should contribute to our joint approach in Christ, and not divide us into various new groups. ”(C) O. Dimitri Demopoulos
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