Character versus self.
Crusoe inner struggle with the consequences of disobedience is best represented by what type of conflict:
A. Character versus self
Inner conflict is the one that focuses on the character's mind and psyche. This conflict creates tension and it also develops the character through inner growth and change.
Crusoe's mental exhaustion and inner struggle are what define the conflict as character verus self. Another type of conflict found in the story is character versus nature.