I am a fourth-year philosophy PhD candidate with doctoral minors in neuroscience and cognitive science at the University of Arizona. My interests are centred on moral judgement-making—from there, they branch widely into the philosophy of cognitive science, psychology, neuroscience, metaethics, and, increasingly, the social sciences. My dissertation project aims to argue that in the domain of moral cognition and elsewhere, (a) normative assumptions are indispensable to experimental design and the best explanations of experimental results and (b) that this provides empirical feedback that adjudicates among normative assumptions.