English has prefixes to denote opposition as well as absence.
- 'gnostic' vs 'agnostic' (having knowledge vs absence of knowledge)
- 'social' vs 'asocial' vs 'anti social' (being social, not being social, being against society)
However there is a subtle difference between the absence of something and being neutral towards it. For example let;s say that I want to indicate that I am a little bit social, but not too social.
I am not 'asocial' because it's false that I am not social. But I am also not fully social. Rather I am something in the middle.
The above is just an example, it doesn't have to be the word 'social' I just want to know whether English has a prefix to explicitly convey the subtility of neutrality.