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Ranking of the Most Important People in the History of Mankind
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Ranking of the Most Important People in the History of Mankind »

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Considering that this ranking does not include religious icons, who do you think has influenced the history of mankind the most? Don't take into account if it their influence was for the better or for the worse, since even the greatest villains have caused change in those parts of the world that opposed their ideology, as happened with Hitler. In this ranking we have selected the most renowned candidates, from physicists like Isaac Newton and Albert Einstein, to ancient philosophers like Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle. And of course we include Nobel Prize winners, scientists, politicians, and inventors like Alexander Fleming, Charles Darwin, Graham Bell, Mahatma Gandhi, and Marie Curie.

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151Rabindranath TagoreRabindranath Tagore
73
152Marco PoloMarco Polo
71
153Pierre CuriePierre Curie
70
154Mark ZuckerbergMark Zuckerberg
67
155Niels BohrNiels Bohr
66
156Lucio Anneo SénecaLucio Anneo Séneca
64
157Thomas MoreThomas More
64
158Víctor HugoVíctor Hugo
64
159Martin HeideggerMartin Heidegger
61
160George Murray SmithGeorge Murray Smith
57
161Charles de GaulleCharles de Gaulle
56
162Rembrandt van RijnRembrandt van Rijn
54
163Francis of AssisiFrancis of Assisi
54
164José SaramagoJosé Saramago
54
165Juan de la Cierva CodorniuJuan de la Cierva Codorniu
54
166Bertrand RussellBertrand Russell
54
167Peter Paul RubensPeter Paul Rubens
53
168Denis DiderotDenis Diderot
53
169Luciano PavarottiLuciano Pavarotti
53
170Francesco PetrarcaFrancesco Petrarca
52
171Theodore RooseveltTheodore Roosevelt
52
172Rafael NadalRafael Nadal
51
173William EssonWilliam Esson
50
174Rafael (italian painter)Rafael (italian painter)
50
175Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar (El Cid Campeador)Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar (El Cid Campeador)
49
176Baltasar GarzónBaltasar Garzón
47
177Michel FoucaultMichel Foucault
46
178Charles Albert GobatCharles Albert Gobat
46
179Johann Wolfgang GoetheJohann Wolfgang Goethe
45
180Bertha von SuttnerBertha von Suttner
45
181Pedro I de RusiaPedro I de Rusia
44
182Richard WagnerRichard Wagner
44
183Konstantín StanislavskiKonstantín Stanislavski
43
184Claude MonetClaude Monet
41
185Adam SmithAdam Smith
41
186Teresa of ÁvilaTeresa of Ávila
41
187Emmeline PankhurstEmmeline Pankhurst
41
188Umberto EcoUmberto Eco
40
189León TolstoiLeón Tolstoi
40
190Henri MatisseHenri Matisse
39
191Anwar IbrahimAnwar Ibrahim
38
192Plácido DomingoPlácido Domingo
36
193James WattJames Watt
34
194Guglielmo MarconiGuglielmo Marconi
34
195William Randal CremerWilliam Randal Cremer
33
196John LockeJohn Locke
33
197Hildegarda de BingenHildegarda de Bingen
32
198Viriato (spanish leader)Viriato (spanish leader)
32
199Roald AmundsenRoald Amundsen
32
200Sebastiao SalgadoSebastiao Salgado
32
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