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    Human soul / human's soul

    Dear experts, are both of the versions grammatically correct: "to feel human soul" and "to feel human's soul"?

    Is there any difference in their meaning?

    Many thanks

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    Re: Human soul / human's soul

    Metaphorically, I reckon you can say that you can feel the human soul ('s is technically possible, but rare, if at all possible, in this context).

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    Re: Human soul / human's soul

    They are both unnatural. To feel human's soul​ is ungrammatical.
    I am not a teacher.

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