Dr. McKeever is interested in contemporary moral theory, the history of ethics, and political philosophy.  He joined the Philosophy Department at Davidson College in 2005 and teaches a wide range of courses in ethics and related areas. He's also taught seminars on various topics including, ethics and evolution, the good life, metaethics, and responding to evil.  He is a co-author, with Michael Ridge, of Principled Ethics: generalism as a regulative ideal (Oxford University Press, 2006) which critiques moral particularism while developing and defending a generalist alternative.