Ole Hjortland and I have put together a collection of essays to celebrate Stephen Read's long and fruitful career, and his many decisive contributions to the philosophy of logic. It is published by College Publications, in the Tributes series: here is the publisher's site for the book. As the site does not contain a Table of Contents for the volume, I thought it would be useful to post it online, so here it is.
Interview with Stephen Read
Nicholas of Amsterdam (†1437) on the Individual
The Metaphysics of Plato’s Cosmic Paradigm
Realism, Structural Realism and Instrumentalism
Can Logical Consequence Be Deflated?
CATARINA DUTILH NOVAES
A Medieval Solution to the Puzzle of Empty Names
Manifestations of Logical Pluralism in the Context of Hierarchies, 1900s–1930s
OLE THOMASSEN HJORTLAND
Harmony and the Context of Deducibility
Affirmative and Negative in Ibn Sına
Inferring, Splicing, and the Stoic Analysis of Argument
Read on Bradwardine on the Liar
WALTER B. PEDRIALI Solvitur Ambulando.
Meaning-constitutive Principles and the Inscrutability of Inference
Paradoxes and Structural Rules
Revising Logic in Light of Paradox
Necessity- and Possibility-syllogisms in Avicenna and Tusi
Truth Preservation in Context and in Its Place