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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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101Wolfgang Amadeus MozartWolfgang Amadeus Mozart
287
102Dalai LamaDalai Lama
271
103Stephen HawkingStephen Hawking
259
104Fernando MagallanesFernando Magallanes
256
105Immanuel KantImmanuel Kant
250
106Elvis PresleyElvis Presley
236
107Groucho MarxGroucho Marx
222
108Francisco de GoyaFrancisco de Goya
216
109Marilyn MonroeMarilyn Monroe
216
110Neil ArmstrongNeil Armstrong
214
111Wright brothersWright brothers
208
112Henry FordHenry Ford
205
113Euripides (Greece)Euripides (Greece)
204
114John F. KennedyJohn F. Kennedy
192
115Dante AlighieriDante Alighieri
187
116GalenGalen
181
117PericlesPericles
180
118Diego VelázquezDiego Velázquez
179
119Charles V, Holy Roman EmperorCharles V, Holy Roman Emperor
176
120Franklin Delano RooseveltFranklin Delano Roosevelt
173
121Antoine LavoisierAntoine Lavoisier
167
122Jean Henri DunantJean Henri Dunant
151
123Severo OchoaSevero Ochoa
147
124Robert OppenheimerRobert Oppenheimer
142
125Élie DucommunÉlie Ducommun
142
126Pope Benedict XVIPope Benedict XVI
141
127Frédéric PassyFrédéric Passy
138
128AvicennaAvicenna
137
129Benito MussoliniBenito Mussolini
130
130Valentina TereshkovaValentina Tereshkova
127
131Jorge Villalmanzo SantamaríaJorge Villalmanzo Santamaría
125
132LuteroLutero
125
133Johan Sebastian BachJohan Sebastian Bach
121
134Alessandro VoltaAlessandro Volta
120
135MadonnaMadonna
120
136Alan TuringAlan Turing
118
137Fedor DostoievskiFedor Dostoievski
116
138Simone de BeauvoirSimone de Beauvoir
109
139George WashingtonGeorge Washington
106
140Osama Bin LadenOsama Bin Laden
105
141MahomaMahoma
98
142Salvador DalíSalvador Dalí
95
143Giorgos SeferisGiorgos Seferis
93
144Blaise PascalBlaise Pascal
92
145Cristiano RonaldoCristiano Ronaldo
92
146VoltaireVoltaire
90
147César AugustoCésar Augusto
88
148Jean-Jacques RousseauJean-Jacques Rousseau
84
149Lun TsaiLun Tsai
83
150Iván III de RusiaIván III de Rusia
79
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