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feast of reason
An intellectual or scholarly discussion. The phrase comes from 18th-century poet Alexander Pope. Oh, I left because the feast of reason that's going on in there started to bore me.
feast of reasonintellectual talk.
This expression comes from the poet Alexander Pope's description of congenial conversation in Imitations of Horace: ‘The feast of reason and the flow of soul’.