Move over Aristotle and Hegel, you’ve been out done by BON.
They came up with the Thesis; Antithesis; Synthesis to prove something is true but what if there are not two variables but three? That would be a Tri-alectic. Four would be a Quadalectic and so on out to infinity. So the correct idea, the right way to describe a proposition and it’s opposite is to recognize there is often more than one proposition available. It’s possible to have two or more Thesis’s so the proper concept would be a Multialectic, all of the thesis’s taken together and all of the anti-thesis’s which could camount to two or more Synthesis’s.