You can't use the word "nonduality" without betraying an assumption that there ARE opposites. NOT DUAL assumes two possibilities. Now it may well be that there is duality and nonduality and something else. At a minimum you could make this case. All this complexity and glory is lost, however, when you pick ONE dilemma of the horns, ONE cheek on which to sit.
Jan just said, we call it the W.O.R.K: the way of real knowledge, "because that's what it is -- work."