Please take a look at my blog post on metaethics and experimental philosophy, with a comment by Bianca Cepollaro.
Each symposium is comprised of two parts. In the target post, a practitioner describes their use of the method under discussion and explains why they find it philosophically fruitful. This is what I do. I argue that many debates in metaethics are at their core debates about how people use evaluative language. I then sketch how experimental studies can contribute to metaethics by providing long-overdue empirical evidence by using the example of thick concepts. Bianca then responds to the target post and discusses the strengths and limitations of the method. In her post, she highlights the value of empirical research on evaluative language more generally.