Is this sentence - " that we’re a kind of Venn diagram come to life"- correct?
As I know, this is an object clause, and at here "we" is the subject and "a kind of Venn diagram" is the predicative. So the clause can be basically narrowed down to "we’re a kind of Venn diagram". Since "come" is a transitive verb and can't be regarded as a past participle here, taking into account that "come to life" describes "Venn diagram", if it is more accurate to reframe the clause to "that we’re a kind of Venn diagram coming to life"?
I think it’s time we move beyond the historical quest to find a single theory of individuality to explain how the biological world is divided up. What you are trying to grasp – be it development, physiology or evolution – determines the interactions that will be important for figuring out the boundaries of a creature. There isn’t one single answer to the question of where to draw the limits of my body. We are in constant interaction with the organisms living in and upon us – a locus of biotic relations and overlapping borders. If you relax and try to imagine every facet at once, you’ll see that we’re a kind of Venn diagram come to life. I’m looking forward to the day I get to share this with my daughter – perhaps the next time we go to the aquarium to look at the coral, and she points and asks: ‘What’s that?’