Philosophical Question: Can A Thought Be Sentient?

Here is the next philosophical question.

Can A Thought Be Sentient?

Can a thought, being processed through a sentient brain, become sentient in and of itself, aware that it is a thought being run through a head?

What is a thought, anyway? Are our brains sentient because we are self - aware, or is our consciousness itself a mere illusion? We process the thoughts of our self-consciousness, which themselves are not sentient, and through processing those thoughts we ourselves maintain the illusion of sentience?

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