Do you agree with the below passage in my text?
Electronegativity is defined as the ability for something in a covalent framework to attract electrons also in covalent bonds.
Electropositivity is the inverse of electronegativity or the ability of something to donate/release electrons in a covalent framework.
How can a highly oxidized element be very electropositive? A highly oxidized element by definition has a minimal amount of electrons to be donated.