Rogers Garland Albritton (August 15, 1923 May 21, 2002) was a chair of the Harvard and UCLA philosophy departments, and considered by his peers to be one of the finest philosophical minds of the 20th century. Albritton's influence was achieved despite having published very little, a fact about him that inspired the entry "allbutwritten" in Daniel Dennett's philosophical Lexicon. Albritton's specialties included ancient philosophy, philosophy of mind, free will, skepticism, metaphysics and the work of Ludwig Wittgenstein.Albritton was born in Columbus, Ohio. He was admitted to Swarthmore at the age of 15, but left to serve in the Army Air Corps in World War II. He received his B.A. from St. John's College Annapolis in 1948.