no, not really. Self-sacrifice is a personal right of choice. The crew took it upon themselves to reverse it, at risk to the time-line, ultimately placing the future lives (their present) at risk.
Had they altered the future in the past, as seen with Nero, countless lives could have been irrevocably altered, putting the needs of the few at the forefront of the many. Which they did, because Spock's future actions created the time-line that produces the events leading to the destruction of Vulcan.
The argument is sound and puts at context the fallible nature of the needs of the many: Who has right to decide?
Had they left Spock dead, Vulcan would still exist and the alternate reality wouldn't exist.