It was created by a famous philosopher scientist genious named Gygax ...
Actually, it was another dude named Jack Vance. Gygax also copied the Vancian Magic System for D&D, and we still use it in Pathfinder.
As has already been said, I was referring to the alignment system, which Gygax created for AD&D, not the Jack Vance inspired magic system
And as I said (and was apparently misunderstood), I was saying Gygax did not come up with the alignment axes that D&D uses; he incorporated those concepts of Good vs Evil and Law vs Chaos from the same non-Gygaxian source from which he took the magic system.
only part that seems similar to Vance's books is when casters forget spells and need to memorize them again and again, I don't remember nothing about alignment, or any developed magical system