Dear philosophy stack exchange,
I've been considering of late the problem of change as presented by Heraclities and Parmenides as well as the supposed solution to the problem by Aristotle himself. I began to wonder if it's the case that there has been other philosophical solutions to this problem of change? One's which do not invoke potentiality and actuality or dip into these two extremist views of either nothing being permanent but constantly changing or everything being permanent with change being but an illusion. Have there been other proposed solutions in other philosophical camps from antiquity to now?
Thank you for your consideration.