How does Socrates compare with Achilles?
They both have heroic ideals, both are stubborn in the sense that they are willing to die for what they believe in. They both stray from the norms of society
Alexander and Achilles live in different ages.... -Actually they are a bit. Alexander thought of Achilles as a warrior idol. Nothing more nothing less. Achilles is a sort of mythological hero. We can not say for certain that Achilles really was an existing person. He only appears in a few scripts and also in Homer's "Illiad",where he was the main hero of the Trojan war. His exellency in battle and strategy, in addition to his…
Achilles and Hector fought with each other when Hector killed Achilles' friend Patroclus, and Achilles won the bet Hector asked. Hector placed a curse on Achilles, and Achilles stabbed his feet, then dragged him around town to show he won. Achilles dragged the corpse of Hector around the city walls.
Socrates was the teacher of Plato, who admired Socrates very much, while Socrates probably considered Plato as one of his favorite pupils. Plato wrote down from memory Socrates' "Dialogues". Aristotle was born several years after Socrates' death. He spent most of his life at Plato's Academy and so was indirectly much influenced by Socrates' philosophy. But he did not have any personal relationship with Socrates.