I have read it, though it's been like 25 years since then. My extremely fuzzy recollection is that Anderson's Law and Chaos were indeed a lot more explicitly Good and Evil. THaTL is where the inspiration for Paladins comes from, after all. Moorcock's Law and Chaos are much more relevant to a discussion about the two as cosmic alignments orthogonal to Good and Evil.Even before Law and Chaos in D&D were associated with Moorcock they were drawn from Anderson. Read Three Hearts and Three Lions. Law was in general aligned with good and Chaos with evil.