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Forthcoming), but I have encountered little agreement on the matter. In the absence of widely shared intuition, I ask the reader to pretend to have Searle's and my intuition on this question. Now I ask another favor, one that should be firmly distinguished from the first: take the leap from intuition to fact (a leap that, as I argued in the first four paragraphs of this commentary, Searle gives us no reason to take). Suppose, for the sake of argument, that the robot described above does not in fact have intentional states.