The life of Jesus is largely the same as that of Socrates. I'm looking at the possibility that Jesus was affected by Socrates' life to such an extent that he tried to copy him. Are there any information that would exclude such a possibility?
There is no question of whether Socrates was a real person, but whether his literary work was his own or Plato's work. Xenophon, a student of Socrates, had also spoken of Socrates' life and work. Diogenis Laertios, who lived several years later, speaks enough about Socrates. An ancient tragic poet also mentions Socrates in his work. Plato, described Diogenes Kinikos ("διογένης ο κυνικός") as the "blatant Socrates". There are many evidence for the existance of Socrates.
These are the similarities that raised my curiosity to ask the question:
1) He lived his life teaching about the greatness of the soul and never was paid for it.
2) He never wrote a single word.
3) He had students who followed him and then wrote about his life and work.
4) Because his teaching was in conflict with the interests at the time, he accused him of blasphemy.
5) The court-people condemned him at the end of the sentences.
6) At the hearing, while he could say things that would be acquainted with him, he did not.
7) He had the opportunity to be saved, but he did not.
8) Before he died, he confessed that they did not know what they were doing and forgave them.
9) He was not afraid of his death.
10) He lived a humble and simple life.
11) After his death his disciples continued his work.
12) Too soon after his death, they realized the mistake they made to kill him.
...probably, if Socrates was escaping (he had the chance), now the Christianity was not going to be known.
I just need your valuable input/wisdom to answer the following question: Are there any information that would exclude such a possibility (that Jesus was affected by Socrates' life to such an extent that he tried to copy him).
I've just found an answer here about Imaginary Socrates: Was Socrates a fictional character invented by Plato?