Can the words "right" and "wrong" be considered to be grammatical affirmatives and negatives?
Consider the sentence "I am not wrong." This can be simplified to "I am right." because the words "right" and "wrong" are a binary pair of descriptors; they have polarity as it is described in this wikipedia page. The above wikipedia page defines affirmatives and negatives as follows:
Essentially an affirmative (positive) form is used to express the validity or truth of a basic assertion, while a negative form expresses its falsity.
The above description seems to perfectly apply to the words "right" and "wrong". The wikipedia page goes on to additionally describe the required trait of polarity for affirmatives and negatives, whereby an affirmative and negative are part of a binary operation, which is clearly true of "right" and "wrong". Additionally, the fact that "not" and "wrong" can cancel out, leaving behind the affirmative "right" seems to indicate that "right" and "wrong" could be considered to be affirmatives and negatives. The cancelation in "I am not wrong" seemingly indicates the presence of a double negative, which would imply that "wrong" is a negative.
I believe that the above paragraphs summarizes the argument in favor of "right" and wrong being affirmatives and negatives; here is the counter-argument which led to my confusion.
Firstly, according to the above wikipedia page, negatives generally have a prefix or suffix (such as non-, un- or in-) denoting the role as a negative; examples of positive and negative pairs would therefore include "likely" and "unlikely" or "consequential" and "inconsequential". The words "right" and "wrong" do not contain one of these linguistic markers, and therefore do not appear to be positives or negatives.
Furthermore (counterintuitively), it is not actually entirely clear how to determine which word between "right" and "wrong" is the positive, and which is the negative. This is because while "not wrong" can be simplified to "right", "not right" can also be simplified to "wrong". This confusion arises from the lack of the aforementioned prefixes and suffixes that mark positives and negatives.
So, are "right" and "wrong" an affirmative/negative pair or not?