According to this paper:
Dasein experiences being-in-the-world and thrown-ness with the disclosure of this state through moods such as angst and boredom, in which Dasein experiences a sense of alienation and inauthenticity or discomfort with Dasein's thrown-ness in the world, or being-in-the-world.
This reminds me of Piaget's learning theory, which says the mechanisms of assimilation and accommodation are the two main methods of learning. I thought these can to some extent explain why Dasein experiences a feeling of alienation while trying to involve into the world or the 'they'. Both are toilsome, at the least.
Am I right or are there any connections between these three concepts?