So Socrates was pretty fond of the idea of reincarnation, the soul, the inferior material objects and bodily matter around us. Would his idea of the soul fit into the theory of evolution, a theory pretty much entirely based on matter and biology? Would the soul play a part of evolution? Would Socrates agree with Darwin- but alter his theory to suit his own ideas? Socrates was not afraid of death in the Phaedo, this obviously does not fit into the animalistic instinct to thrive to survive, but what would he say to defend statements like that?
We don't know what Socrates would have said about modern evolutionary theory because he makes no real mention of about any form of evolution; it's not outside the bounds of possibility that he had made remarks on evolution but they simply weren't recorded in the dialogues by Plato (which accounts for much of what we know about Socrates philosophy) since there is a short remark by Aristotle on the notion of random change and selection in evolutionary biology - which he dismisses because of the lack of a telos.