2. Phantasy is only of things corporeal and singular; but intellect, of things universal and incorporeal.*
4. Intelligence is not the actualisation of any bodily organ. But phantasy has a fixed bodily organ.*
Hence it is said: Who teacheth us above the beasts of the earth, and above the fowls of the air instructeth us (Job xxxv, 11): whereby we are given to understand that there is in man a certain cognitive power, above the sense and fancy that are in other animals.
2.66 : Against those who suppose Intellect and Sense to be the same
2.68 : How a Subsistent Intelligence may be the Form of a Body