I am a fan of attributability as a conception of responsibility. The trick, as we all know, is to get clear on just what that means. Even if you don't think attributability is a conception of responsibility, it is surely necessary for responsibility, so getting clear on what it consists in is in everyone's interest. One popular theory of attributability is a kind of evaluative judgment view: an action or attitude is properly attributable to me just in case it is ultimately dependent on my evaluative judgments. I'm wondering, though, about the following possible counterexample to this view.