Assuming that Anaxagoras was responding to Parmenides, I shall examine the nature of his response. I aim to show that the fragments and other evidence can and should be interpreted as belonging to a system whose main purpose is to provide an apparatus for explaining change without "coming to be" or "perishing".
Furley, David J., "Anaxagoras' Theory of Change: A Response to Parmenides" (1975). The Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy Newsletter. 264.