Talk:Would someone die for what they knew was a lie?

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Title, "for what they knew was"[edit]

The bulk of the argument addresses the fact that most people who die to uphold something which isn't true don't realize it isn't true. This new title indicates the argument only addresses those who do know it's true, and die anyway.

The old title was more apt.

--jaban 10:22, 23 July 2011 (CDT)