Will the clones have sense of self-identity of their own. What would be their relationship with their initiators (I don't know what such initials will be called!Clonees anyone?)If minds are uploaded or artificially created and copied Will this minds have their own selves.What I am asking is What would clone feel about himself Will he always mentally attached to to the initial person,Since he has same and only memories.Same is with uploaded minds.With clones I mean modified copies a person( A LA STAR Wars) with same memory.For mind uploading or Artificial created consciousness please refer to "Saturns Children" and "Neptunes Brood" by Charlie Stross.(http://www.antipope.org/charlie/blog-static/fiction/faq.html)
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Although your question is very poorly worded, I think I know what you're trying to get at, and the answer is that yes, each "clone" would develop its own personality/opinions.
The reason is simple. Imagine that an identical copy of yourself came into existence this very second. You two look alike, think alike, have the same preferences in music, food, and even love the same people.
There's only one problem: only one of you can be you. Your wife, girlfriend, children, or job are not something you can share. Similarly, from a legal POV only one of you is the "real" you.
And so, from this point on each of you is living their own life. One of you goes home to a loving family, the other is cast out into the world with no real identity, and cut off from all the relationships and possessions it remembers having.
That's a pretty nasty psychological shock. 10 years from now that "clone" will not be the same person "you" are. It will have experienced a completely different life, and been shaped and molded by it.
Edit to answer follow up question:
How will the clone will look at the initial/original. Will he consider him as father or brother or competitor or stranger?
Depends on the circumstances of that clone's creation and existence. Essentially, you set the rules.
Is cloning a wide spread process which has some sort of laws guiding its implementation? As in, are these clones created by the state/company with a certain purpose? Or was your copy created accidentally, due to some experiment.
Was it created in order to be used for "spare parts", or as a citizen with full standing, who is expected to contribute to society? (we needed more super-smart engineers, so we created a copy of you! vs your "owner" needs a new kidney, and you've been created in order to provide it)
There's lots of books out there addressing the moral issues behind cloning, and how it might be implemented in some far flung future. I suggest you establish exactly how you wish cloning to be done, the rules and laws of society regarding cloning and clones, and then ask a better framed question about it all.