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Ought implies can, in ethics, the principle according to which an agent has a moral obligation to perform a certain action only if it is possible for him or her to perform it. “Ought ethics” is prescriptive, for it prescribes norms of behavior based on moral principles that define what is right, good and proper. What is the is/ought gap and what's it all about? I will describe the is/ought gap, discuss its implications in meta-ethics, and discuss various. This article is concerned with the role empirical research can play in normative practical ethics. The is-ought fallacy occurs when the assumption is made that because things are a certain way, they should be that way.