2. Sense is cognisant only of singulars, but intellect is cognisant of universals.
3. Sensory knowledge extends only to bodily things, but intellect takes cognisance of things incorporeal, as wisdom, truth, and the relations between objects.
4. No sense has reflex knowledge of itself and its own activity: the sight does not see itself, nor see that it sees. But intellect is cognisant of itself, and knows that it understands.*
2.65 : That the Soul is not a Body
2.67 : Against those who maintain that the Potential Intellect is the Phantasy