The domain of Ashcroft's archeology is something like the social graph of collaboration and communication. It's teleological because there is a positive direction to the disclosing. The structure we're looking for is something like the Good for ourselves as part of a Common Good, or in a word, Eudaimonia.
Perry's essay anticipates a charge of selfish hedonism by showing one's own pursuit of sustainable pleasure to be a core practice of the Common Good. If you neglect your own body's pleasure, you've checked out of the common pursuit of well-being: