Saturday, September 12, 2015
I was aware of one place where Wittgenstein commented on Heidegger.

Michael Tweed has shared another one with me, in "Wittgenstein’s Philosophical Conversations with Rush Rhees(1939–50): From the Notes of Rush Rhees", edited by Gabriel Citron.
21. Reports of philosophical remarks of Wittgenstein’s, from Rhees’s correspondence and notes

When I mentioned Heidegger to him once — I forget in what connexion — Wittgenstein remarked that a man might be obscure and still have something important to say; but he added: ‘But I don’t trust Heidegger’.
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