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The aim of the paper is to review the current Canadian debate about the future of sociology, centered on two sets of claims: William Carroll's vision for a transdisciplinary future of the social science and humanities (i.e. the transdisciplinarity argument) (Carroll 2013); and Antony J. Puddephatt & Neil McLaughlin's counter-vision for a sociology bound by its traditional disciplinary boundaries (i.e. the traditionalism argument) (Puddephatt and McLaughlin 2015). The paper provides an analysisdoi:10.29173/cjs26071 fatcat:dezfwrhgdrbiplp7nfh2s5m4iq