Is it always morally better to prioritize charities that achieve more QALYs per $ donation? Answer should be based on William MacAskill’s Book “Doing Good Better”

Review William MacAskill’s book “Doing Good Better”. Specifically chapter 2. After doing so, answer the following question: What is a ‘QALY’? Is it always morally better to prioritize charities that achieve more QALYs per $ donation? If not, what other moral considerations should be taken into account? Your answer should be that “no, it is not always morally better to prioritize charities that achieve more QALYs per $ donation”. Please use footnotes (not endnotes) on each each page to cite your source, along with a “Works Cited” page at the end of the work. If you have any questions, please ask me first.

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