There’s a big conflict in Arjuna’s mind.
He sees a lovely path ahead of him called the Path of Knowledge. Jnaana Yoga.
And then a much tougher one, the Path of Work. Karma Yoga.
Of course he is drawn to Jnaana Yoga. Just “learn” some “knowledge” and run away from the battlefield and be done with all work forever.
But this is only an apparent conflict, borne out of delusion, as Krishna explains to him, and indirectly to us.
There is hardly any difference between the two Paths.
Jnaana Yoga is also a path of work only. Because the true Path of Knowledge gets the individual to realize that it is not work that should be shunned, but only attachment to it and its fruits.
The paths only exist in the mind. To the realized soul, everything is the same.