This chapter presents the Biography of Albert Mosley, professor of philosophy at Ohio University. Albert Mosley was born October 28, 1941, in Dyersburg, Tennessee. He earned both his B. S. degree in mathematics from the University of Wisconsin and later his Ph.D. in philosophy. He has also taught at the United States Air Force Instructional Services, Howard University, and the University of the District of Columbia. His areas of specialization are logic, philosophy of the natural and social sciences, social and political philosophy, African philosophy, and African-American philosophy. His articles and reviews have appeared in the Encyclopedia of Philosophy: Supplement; Africa Today: Philosophy, Identity, and Social Transformation. He is also co author of the books Affirmative Action: Social Justice or Unfair Preference and An Introduction to Logic: From Everyday Life to Formal Systems. He is also the editor of African Philosophy: Selected Readings.