Aside from utilitarianism, most ethical systems seem to advocate actions that might hurt somebody or at least inconvenience them.
For example, standing up to a bully might hurt them. Making a stand for social justice will offend people. And self-defense being the primary example. But even something such as an athlete or team at a big sports event deciding to score the 10th goal, when the game is already decided, might cause great discomfort, even humiliation to opposing athletes and fans.
Im aware of the doctrine of double effect, but that doesnt seem to be widely discussed among mainstream philosophers such as Aristotle or Kant.
So I was just wondering whether any mainstream philosophers at any point touched on that notion