After the publication of this work, Hegel earned the recognition as an outstanding philosopher of Germany. His third work, Encyclopedia of the Philosophical Sciences, which he wrote during his stay at Heidelberg, made him famous all over Europe. It was at Berlin that he wrote his major work in political theory, Philosophy of Right.
He also delivered very scholarly and brilliant lectures, which were published by his son after his death under, the title, Philosophy of History. His writings and lectures and his many positions as Advisor of the emperor earned him international fame and won him many followers. He became not only the King of philosophers but also the philosopher of kings.