Aristotle's four virtues, as I understand it, in the modern context is that if I think of carrying out a job, then
1). Prudence: That I have sufficient reasons to carry out the job
2). Justice: That I have the right will to carry out the job
3). Fortitude: That I do not fear to carry out the job
4). Temperence: That I will not overdo the job
Now somebody has ruined my family and wealth, and now I want to take revenge. Then
1). Prudence: Sufficient Reasons: Yes I have. My family comes first.
2). Justice: Right Will: Yes I have. I will take revenge keeping law in mind by breaking the law without anybody knowing it (remove the traces)
3). Fortitude: Yes I do. I do not know what fear is when it comes to my family
4). Temperence: Yes I will not go ballistic in my revenge. I will leave all those in ``his'' family who did not play a role
Can the four virtues be applied in such a case?