Ought implies can is an ethical principle that states that if an action is obligitory it implies that it is possible to do that action. A corollary of it is that if an action is impossible then that implies that is not obligitory. This is so because it is a contraposition of ought implies can. It is attributed to Immanuel Kant.

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