Raymond Badiou was a pupil of the National university, street of Ulm to Paris, and obtained the aggregation of mathematics in 1927.
During the Second world war, Raymond Badiou is mathematics professor with the college of boys of Toulouse (which he will propose later to re-elect Lycée Pierre de Fermat). He enters resistance; with the Release, he is elected mayor of Toulouse and deputy (until 1951).
Raymond Badiou resigns in 1958 of SFIO because of the positions of this party on the Guerre of Algeria and then gives up all his electoral mandates, of which in particular that of mayor of Toulouse. Following these resignations, it takes again its activity of mathematics professor to the college Pierre de Fermat.
His/her son, Alain Badiou, is a large internationally recognized French philosopher.
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