“What must be rejected from the start is the prevailing model of humans as transcending or negating the world, as critics who break loose from animal bondage and stand in a windy, starry space of freedom. We should be equally suspicious of those hermeneutic versions of critique that merely add the caveat that perfect transcendence is impossible.” (p#)
The Heideggerian phenomenological revealing of an experience is situated within a context and the world. It is not some permanent state of transcendence outside of that context or the world*. This is a reason why Husserlian transcendental phenomenology is not being followed in the thesis.
* may return and expand this point.